Bird Nesting: The New Divorce Trend? – TDM Expert Interviews (EP.1) – Beth Behrendt
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Premiered September 28, 2023 on The Divorce Magazines Expert Interview Series Introducing The Divorce Magazine’s Expert Interview Series! In this episode, we sit down with Beth Behrendt to delve into the world of nesting and co-parenting. Beth, an experienced co-parent, shares her personal journey and offers valuable insights for families considering this unique arrangement. Discover the benefits, challenges, and practical advice to make nesting work for your family during and after divorce. Join us for an eye-opening conversation that can help you navigate the complexities of co-parenting ..read more
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Co-parenting in the same home? A new arrangement called ‘nesting’ is on the rise, but what is it?— GB News
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One arrangement becoming more common among separated parents is ‘nesting’, or co-parenting in the same home. But what does that mean? Author of Nesting After Divorce, Beth Behrendt joins Anne and Martin to explain. Originally published on August 19, 2023 by GBNews The post Co-parenting in the same home? A new arrangement called ‘nesting’ is on the rise, but what is it?— GB News first appeared on Beth Behrendt | Freelance Writer, Author, & Nesting Mom ..read more
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‘Birdnesting’: why divorcing couples are taking turns to live in the family home — The Guardian.com
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Tuppence Middleton and Martin Compston as Fi and Bram Lawson in the ITV drama Our House, which focuses on ‘birdnesting’. Photograph: Jon Ford (specials) Laurence Cendrowicz/ITV This Article was written by Gareth Rubin published at Theguardian.com on July 15, 2023 Exes are alternating periods at home with time in a rented flat: it can work well for children and save money – as long as they get along. Divorcing couples with children are increasingly turning to an unconventional living arrangement know as “birdnesting” in order to save money in a time of soaring housing costs ..read more
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Nesting Co-Parenting After Divorce—Noon.org
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by Beth Behrendt
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When Beth Behrendt and her husband divorced they never imagined the temporary parenting arrangement they came to for their sons would be so beneficial to them all they’d still be doing it nearly a decade later. Our three boys were 12, nine and five when my husband and I decided to divorce. That was nine years ago, and since then they have continued to enjoy the consistency, ease and comfort of having their lives based in one home, the one they have always known, instead of two. They’ve had the same bedrooms, complete with all their most important possessions, their schoolwork and everything t ..read more
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Our Successful Nesting Co-Parenting Arrangement Benefited From a Team of Professionals.
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by Beth Behrendt
7M ago
The Original Article was written by Beth Behrendt for The Divorce Magazine on July 21, 2023. Our successful nesting co-parenting arrangement (9 years and counting!) benefited from a team of professionals. My advice on how to maximize your legal and financial professionals if you are considering nesting after divorce. When we began considering divorce over nine years ago, my then-spouse and I made the untraditional choice to have our three children continue to live in our family home. My ex and I are the ones who move back and forth taking turns parenting them. This type of co-parentin ..read more
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My ex and I have co-parented in our family home with our 3 children for 9 years — I News.co
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by Beth Behrendt
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The original was published at Inews.co.uk on July 19, 2023 When we divorced nine years ago, my ex, Bill, and I made the untraditional choice to have our kids stay in the family home. We’re the ones who move back and forth taking turns parenting them. This type of co-parenting is called nesting or bird-nesting. When we decided to divorce, I was overwhelmed with fear and worry about what it would do to our three children. They were 12, nine and five at the time. Children are resilient, people say all the time in reference to divorce. But anyone who experienced the old-school approach ..read more
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The Benefits Of Birdnesting After Divorce —NPR.org
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by Beth Behrendt
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It’s often the case that a child with divorced parents split their time growing up between the homes of two parents. Sometimes they live with one parent full-time with one parent and see the other on weekends and holidays. Some parents who are no longer married are trying a strategy called birdnesting. It’s an arrangement where children remain in their family home while the parents cycle in and out of the house. The hope for this approach is that it offers stability to young people during a time of major change. According to the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Psychiatry Colleg ..read more
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A Coparenting Arrangement That Puts Kids First With Bill Desalvo —Divorce Dialogues
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by Beth Behrendt
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Episode 202 Traditional coparenting arrangements put the focus on the divorcing couple. They establish new, separate households, and the kids go back and forth. But what happens if you shift your focus and build a coparenting plan around the children? When Bill DeSalvo’s ex-wife introduced him to the idea of nesting, he had misgivings. But he was open to the alternative because of its benefits for his kids. On the last episode of Divorce Dialogues, Bill’s ex-wife, Beth Behrendt, walked us through the fundamentals of nesting, a coparenting strategy in which the children stay in the family home ..read more
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MAKE DIVORCE EASIER ON YOUR KIDS WITH NESTING —BETH BEHRENDT—WVOX Divorce Dialogues
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by Beth Behrendt
7M ago
Divorce Dialogues Episode 202: Separated parents often worry about the upheaval a divorce causes in their kids’ lives, especially the stress that comes with moving back and forth between two households. But what if you could give your children the security of staying in the family home? Nesting allows kids to do just that. And it’s the parents who move in and out. So, how does nesting work? Is it right for your family? Beth Behrendt is the author of Nesting After Divorce: Co-Parenting in the Family Home. A freelance writer and single mother of three, Beth has shared her nesting experien ..read more
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My ex has remarried, I’m engaged, and we share our family home to support the 3 kids we had when we were married. It’s called nesting coparenting.
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by Beth Behrendt
7M ago
Essay by Beth Behrendt  Apr 11, 2023, 1:48 PM EDT This is an adapted excerpt from Beth Behrendt’s book “Nesting After Divorce: Co-Parenting in the Family Home.” Behrendt is a freelance writer, former research librarian, and divorced mother of three. In her book, she shares her and other nesting families’ coparenting stories and advice from experts. This article is an adapted excerpt from Beth Behrendt’s book “Nesting After Divorce: Co-Parenting in the Family Home” published by Union Square & Co.  When we divorced nine years ago, my ex, Bill and I made the untra ..read more
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