Cupid's Pulse Article: Courteney Cox and Daughter Coco Support David Arquette on ‘DWTS’Cupid's Pulse Article: Courteney Cox and Daughter Coco Support David Arquette on ‘DWTS’

David Arquette debuted a suave waltz during the season premiere of Dancing With The Stars on Monday night, according to People.  In the crowd cheering him on were none other than his ex-wife, Courteney Cox and their daughter, Coco.  Beaming from ear to ear, the two watched as Arquette’s performance was well received with a standing ovation from the audience and an array of praises from the judges.  “I really liked it.  There’s something about you,” raved Carrie Ann Inaba.  Judge Len Goodman agreed saying, “I was impressed.  You’re a dancer.”  To top off his amazing night,  the Scream actor took pride in his daughter’s presence, saying, “She is just so beautiful…She is the love of my life.”

What are some ways to make your children feel loved after a split?

Cupid’s Advice:

It’s important for both parents to give their children the same attention and care after a spilt.  This lets them know that they will always be loved despite the status of their mother and father’s relationship:

1. Family outings: A family trip to the movies or the zoo is always a good way to let your children know that both of their parents still care despite the split.  With so much change happening, this helps to instill a little normalcy in your childrens’ lives.

2. Support them: Whether it’s a dance recital or a basketball game, make sure that both you and your ex are there  to support your kids as frequently as possible in their extra-curricular activities.

3. Love reminder: In the wake of a split, parents many sometimes forget to tell their children that they love them.  A simple “I love you” can be enough to put a child at ease.

How would you make you child feel loved after a spilt? Give us your ideas below.