2017 International Year of Co-Parenting

After the International Year of the Family in 1994 to remind us that the family is the basic unit of society and therefore deserves special attention,
Following the resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly entitled "A world fit for children" (S-27/2, 6 May 2002) which recognizes the shared responsibility of parents in the education and upbringing of their children, and the importance of making every effort to ensure that fathers have the opportunity to participate in the lives of their children,
In noting a transformation of family patterns in recent decades characterized among other things by an increase in the number of separated families and therefore the risk of disengagement of a parent,
we ask for :
An international year to increase the awareness of the general public and all the elected officials in every nation on the equal importance of the roles of both parents – be they together, separated or divorced – in the upbringing of their child(ren).
A year to create opportunities and find solutions to promote and above all value the commitment of each parent to their children); a year to focus on action and results, by the exchange of good practices.
A year to rethink greater equity (particularly in parenting time) between the two parents in case of separation / divorce in the best interest of the child.
A year to recognize the prime role of each parent and celebrate the commitment of both parents towards their (s) child (ren).
A year to remember that each child has two unique parents - father and mother – with the same rights and responsibilities to provide the best possible living conditions, to give him/her affection, assistance and protection, education, to encourage the development of his/her personality, to transmit values.
In this perspective, regardless of political allegiances, social or religious beliefs, father, mother, grandmother or grandfather, or just a citizen committed to human rights, we ask the General Assembly of the United Nations to declare 2017 : International Year of co-parenting.

Important !


Paternité - Coparentalité's event —  Fatherneed: Why Father Care Is as Essential as Mother Care for Your Child, FL

Para la custodia compartida de la igualdad entre los padres ... Firmar y difundir la petición : 2016 - Año Internacional de la co-parentalidadée-internationale-de-la-coparental… - El texto en español es más bajo en la petición.

2016 : Año Internacional de la co -parentalidad

Después del Año Internacional de la Familia en 1994 como una oportunidad para recordar que la familia es la celula básica de la sociedad y por lo tanto merece una atención especial,

A raíz de la resolución aprobada por la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas titulada " Un mundo apropiado para los niños" ( S -27/2 , 6 de mayo de 2002) , que reconoce la responsabilidad compartida de los padres en cuanto a la educación y crianza de los niños y la importancia de poner en marcha todos los esfuerzos para asegurar que los padres tengan la oportunidad de participar en la vida de sus hijos,

Constatando una transformación de los patrones de modelos familiares en las últimas décadas caracterizada entre otros por un aumento del número de familias que se separa y por ello el descompromiso de uno de los padres,

nosotros queremos :

Un año internacional para sensibilizar a la opinión pública y a los representantes de todas las naciones de la importancia del papel de ambos padres - estén juntos, separados o divorciados - frente a su (s) hijo (s).

Un año para crear lugares de encuentro para idear soluciones para promover y mejorar el compromiso de cada padre con su ( s ) hijo (s ) al año para centrarse en la acción y los resultados , por intercambio de buenas prácticas.

Un año para reconsiderar una mayor equidad (especialmente en el tiempo de crianza ) de los padres en caso de separación / divorcio buscando el mejor interés del niño.

Un año para reconocer el rol preponderante de cada padre y celebrar el compromiso de cada uno frente a su(s) hijo (s).

Un año para recordar que todos los niños tienen dos padres únicos - padre y madre - que tienen los mismos derechos y las mismas responsabilidades con el fin de ofrecerles las mejores condiciones de vida posibles , darles cariño , brindarles ayuda y protección , darles una educación para promover el desarrollo de su personalidad , par transmitirles valores.

En esta perspectiva , independientemente de nuestro color político , social o religioso, somos padres, madres , abuelas, abuelos , o simplemente ciudadanos comprometidos con los derechos de las personas, y solicitamos a la Asamblea de las Naciones Unidas declarar el 2016 : Año Internacional de la co -parentalidad.

 Blogging Helps The Healing Process ~ Blogs help work through the anger and confusion that inevitably comes up when a parent alienates a child from the other parent. This blog has played a major role in the unending healing process.

Thanks again for hanging out with me for another year of my life including reliving old pain with the Miami-Dade Family Court, my ex and her liar (lawyer).

More happy times with Zoraya and David, my friends and family.

An except from one of our favorite blogs:My Husband Disappears into Depression

In late 2010, Max had been fading away into a shell of his former self. He was losing weight and his fair Irish skin became even more washed out as he hardly moved or ate. He wanted nothing to do with me; he wouldn’t speak to me, much less touch me. If I tried to engage him in conversation, he would look at me with exasperation and sadness, his face dark and distant. If he responded to me, it was as brief as possible. Other times, he just ignored me entirely.

I was utterly beside myself. Who was this sad, cold man?

Not that you would ever want to see your loved one in this state, but it was all made worst that this was happening during the holiday season. Reminders to rejoice and count your blessings and believe in the goddamn magic of the season were sparkling everywhere around me. I just prayed that my husband wouldn’t hurt himself. (He never did, thank God.)

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