You Are Not At War
"You Are Not At War" is about healthy co-parenting with the absence of toxicity. It speaks to the men and women who, at one point, had something special together, whether it was short-term or long-term, one night or one decade, that out of that relationship gave birth to a child who is now being raised in separate households or one.
"You Are Not At War" is about progression in the wake of separation. It’s about more than just tolerating one another for the sake of the children. "You Are Not At War" is about family. It’s about having a healthier relationship with their co-parent. This book is a message to parents, especially Black parents, that even in separation, you can still be a family.
Jvion Jones & Chya Barrett, dive deep into the intricacies of co-parenting, offering practical advice and personal experience that showcase the transformative power of putting children first and toxicity behind. "You Are Not At War" inspires readers to share custody and move beyond animosity, resentment, and hostility. It encourages parents to cultivate an atmosphere of peace, understanding, friendship, and family with their co-parenting partner.