(CBS)Divorce is an end to marriage -- but not an end to parenting for couples who have had kids together. For them, divorce is the beginning of a new, lengthy relationship that can either be full of tension or cooperation.
In this week's "Eye on Parenting" webshow, psychologist Jeff Gardere spoke with CNET's Molly Wood about how divorced or separated parents can make the challenge of co-parenting a little easier with a few rules of behavior.
Then, CNET's Kara Tsuboi shows how streamlined organization tools can help co-parenting spouses make their schedules work together for the good of their kids.
Click on the video below for more with our "Eye on Parenting" experts. Let us know what you think about their tips.