Hrithik-Sussanne's holiday pics with friends show us how ex-couples SHOULD behave after a divorce!
They are setting new rules for ex-couples!
It's summer and officially the time when all of Bollywood makes us go green with pictures of their exotic holidays. But this year round if there is one celebrity couple that is giving us serious relationship goals with their vacation plans then it is Hritik Roshan and ex-wife Sussane Khan.
Sussane who is globe trotting this summer was earlier seen holidaying with her mum Zarine Khan and an aunt in Rome and is now living it up with her two boys Hridhaan and Hrehan at Universal Studios in Orlando.
Sussane is not alone but accompanied by her other good friends Sonali Bendre and Gayatri Joshi along with their kids. But what really caught our attention was the fact that joining Sussane in her family and friends vacay is also none other than her ex-husband Hrithik Roshan.
The two have been sharing an easy camaraderie and are seen totally at ease posing and preening along with their friends in the pictures shared by Sonali Bendre on Instagram.
While today it may not be uncommon that ex-couples maintain a cordial relationship with each other and even coparent their kids, both Sussane and Roshan with the idea holidaying together are setting a new benchmark.
Their relaxed vibes show that it may be possible for an ex-couple to leave aside whatever may have led to their split and come together as friends and jointly share the responsibility as parents to their kids.
And even though this latest spotting of one of Bollywood’s most talked about exes together may bring back the rumours on how the two may actually be coming together, for now, the maturity with which these two are handling their relationship and responsibilities is worth sparing a thought to.
If you too are co-parenting here are a few things to keep in mind
Calling off a relationship more often than not leads to some bitterness between the couple involved. However, if for the sake of your kids you have decided to remain cordial and co-parent then the good news is that you have already made a brave and commendable start.
However, here is some relationship advice gathered together by relationship counselors that you may want to pay heed to.
1.Leave the legalities in court: As a divorcing couple you may have many a legal battles to solve. From custody to finances things are likely to get murky however if you have kids involved it is better to discuss the legal issues strictly in court or during strictly legal meetings. It is pointless to drag the issue outside the court as it will lead to bad blood between the two of you.
2.Celebrate important milestones: For the sake of your kids, come together during some of the most emotional moments of their life. Whether it is their graduation ceremony or birthdays come together as a family to give them the joy a cohesive family unit gives.
3.Share with your kids: Whether your kids are young or old, depending upon their understanding abilities share with them the new relationship status along with assurances that both their parents are there for them no matter what. This is the biggest security you can give them during this new emotional turmoil they are likely to find themselves in.
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