Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have brunch with their kids every Sunday even though the celebrity couple have split.
Every so often, snippets of celebrity advice carry some nuggets of value, and there is no doubt that Paltrow sets a good example here. Quite simply, children who have parents who are separated but cooperative will do better than those whose parents are locked in hostility.
Living in a rearranged family is a way of life for one in three families in NZ – and it doesn’t have to spell the worst for these kids.
Here are seven tips to make sure children maintain a happy life when mum and dad aren’t together.