“I think as long as people keep the kids first and what’s in the best interest of the children, that’s what’s most important when you consider them first,” she told her followers. “Sometimes — most of the time, it’s not about us. It’s not about the parents, the things that went wrong.”
She explains that her therapist advised her that one thing to avoid while navigating co-parenting is carrying forward the marital issues. It’s not the time to try and fix what went wrong in the marriage.
Luckett added, “What my therapist told me, what’s important especially when you’re in the co-parenting space, is to try not to fix what went wrong in the marriage in the co-parenting space. Don’t try and fix your problems from the past in your new chapter. Don’t bring it with you, although the same people are going to be there.”
She understands that post-divorce, they are navigating their new relationship and focusing solely on co-parenting their kids.
“You are in a new relationship, if you will. But focus, if you’re in the co-parenting space, focus on co-parenting. Now, if you want to save and reconcile, baby, hey, have at it! Yes, I’m all here for the love. Yes, I am. But if that’s not your focus, and if those aren’t your intentions, I would definitely suggest not trying to fix what happened in the past in your co-parenting space. It’s not going to heal. It’s going to cause problems. And being clear, setting clear boundaries is very important. Very, very important.”
Luckett and Walker announced their divorce in January after four years of marriage. When asked by someone in her almost 45-minute Live if she was still married, she confirmed that their divorce was finalized. She did not specify when the divorce became final but did indicate that she is doing well.