Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Jordana Brewster & Andrew Form ‘Quietly Separated’ Earlier This YearCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Jordana Brewster & Andrew Form ‘Quietly Separated’ Earlier This Year

By Alycia Williams

In latest celebrity news, Jordana Brewster and her husband Andrew Form “quietly separated” earlier this year after 13 years of marriage. According to, the celebrity couple have the utmost respect for each other and they remain committed to co-parenting their two sons, Rowan and Julian, as a team.

In celebrity break-up news, Jordana and Andrew have separated, but are co-parenting their kids as a team. What are some tips for co-parenting successfully?

Cupid’s Advice: 

Co-parenting isn’t anyone’s ideal situation, but it’s a lot of people’s reality. It can be hard to maneuver the best way to co-parent with your ex. Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Always communicate: It can be difficult to keep talking to your ex after you break-up, but if you have children together it’s so important to keep communicating. You are both still parents whether you’re together or not, and that means you still need to make decisions together pertaining to your kids. Keep your ex informed, and they should do the same with you.

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2. Have a plan: Once you and your partner break up, you need to create a plan when it comes to the kids. Sit down with your ex and figure out who the kids are going to live with, when the kids are going to visit the other parent, who’s going to have the kids on which holidays, who’s going to take the kids to school and all of the other little details. Agree on the details, and stick to them for consistency in your kids’ lives.

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3. Try not to involve to kids: You and your ex broke up for a reason. Whatever that reason may be, try not involve your kids in your adult business. Don’t talk negatively about your ex to your children, because that’s their parent and you wouldn’t want that done to you. Try to portray you ex in the best light possible in front of your kids.

What are some more tips for co-parenting successfully? Start a conversation in the comment below!