New Website Highlights Women’s Contributions to Shared Parenting Movement

man repairing girl bike smallMay 16, 2013 by Robert Franklin, Esq.

Here’s a website I need to share with all readers of the National Parents Organization blog. It’s called Leading Women for Shared Parenting and, needless to say, includes some of our best friends. Women like Paulette MacDonald, Barbara Kay, Molly Olson and many others are regulars on the NPO site due to their excellent hard work on behalf of parents and children everywhere. So I’m more than glad to see a website devoted strictly to them.

And of course the website contains the valuable information that shared parenting and support for it isn’t about fathers alone or mothers alone or even just kids. It’s about all of them. It’s about all of us. Shared parenting is in everyone’s interest and LW4SP makes the case in stellar fashion.

Keep up the good work. We all will. We have the truth on our side, and the truth will prevail.

Thanks to Mike and Amy for the heads-up.

The National Parents Organization is a Shared Parenting Organization

The National Parents Organization is a non-profit organization that is educating the public, families, educators, and legislators about the importance of shared parenting and how it can reduce conflict in children, parents and extended families. If you would like to get involved in our organization, you can do so several ways. First, we would love to have you as an official member of the National Parents Organization team. Second, the National Parents Organization is an organization that believes in the importance of using social media as a means to spread the word about shared parenting and other topics, and you can visit us on our Facebook Page to learn more about our efforts. Last, we hope you will share this article with other families using the many social networking sites so that we can bring about greater awareness of shared parenting. Thank you for your support.

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