PARENTAL ATTUNEMENT IN UPBRINGING: Parental cooperation in upbringing is more important for the child’s socio-emotional development than parenting of each parents separately

PARENTAL ATTUNEMENT IN UPBRINGING: Parental cooperation in upbringing is more important for the child’s socio-emotional development than parenting of each parents separately

Parental attunement in upbringing (co-parenting) is defined as the level of cooperation and support between two adults who are responsible for upbringing and raising individual child. People do not have to be married, they must share the responsibility for raising a child. Studies of co-parenting began on separated parents, and later extended to the whole family with the biological parents of children, as well as cooperation between the mother and other family members in child-raising and homosexual partners who jointly raise a child.
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