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Parenting After Divorce: How To Co-Parent More Peacefully, According to Our Readers

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After divorce, how do you bring yourself to co-parent peacefully with an ex-spouse you'd just as well remove from your life?

That's the question HuffPost Divorce bloggers like Rosalind Sedacca and Edward Farber tackled last week in an article featuring their best advice on stress-free co-parenting.

Over on Twitter and Facebook, our readers had advice of their own, drawing on personal experience to share tips on everything from communication to the importance of developing a decent relationship with your ex's new spouse.

Click through the slideshow below to read all their advice, then email or tweet @HuffPostDivorce the three things you think divorcés need to know to make co-parenting with an ex less stressful.

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