Talk:Shared parenting

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Shared parenting is very common among separated or divorced couples. Despite their maternal issues, they still have an obligation and a responsibility to take care of their offspring. This arrangement is very convenient for both parties as they have the freedom to get actively involved in their children’s lives and mold them to become responsible citizen as they grow up. It may be difficult for the child to get adjusted with the situation and may not like the overall set-up from the beginning, but still, children must learn that both parents must have a shared responsibility for their own upbringing. (Resource: Shared Parenting)

Good enough? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Live larry (talkcontribs) 06:37, 15 August 2011 (UTC)