Month: July 2016

Reflecting on a Shared-Custody Childhood

In “The Secret Superpower of a Shared-Custody Kid,” a New York Times contributor reflects on her joint custody childhood. She explains that despite the anxiety she experienced switching from one house to another, she now understands how her parents worked hard to stay connected, and the benefits she has today from that experience. Growing up as part of two distinct households helped her develop what she describes as “real agility: a knack for adapting, switching gears, understanding the language of families, blending in.” Read more about what she learned from her joint custody childhood on the New York Times Well blog.