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Reducing Visitation and Parent-time Exchange Stress with WhenHub
If you are a divorced parent with you know how frustrating it is to manage the hand-offs of the kids once or twice a week. One parent is always waiting for the other, and getting angrier each minute because of lateness that seems intentional (because exes are like that). You don’t want to text your ex, especially when the ex is driving with your kids in the car. So how do you solve this annoying child exchange tension that you have EVERY week? Scott Adams suggests you try WhenHub. Do you know who Scott Adams is? The man behind the Dilbert comic strip. Well, Mr. Adams is also a co-founder of WhenHub.com. What is WhenHub?, you may ask? Here’s the link to their website. WhenHub allows any group of two or more people to TEMPORARILY geostream their locations on a map as they head to a meeting spot (like the Uber app without the Uber car). That way you know your ex is on the way without talking to them. And if your ex is not cooperative, you can put the app on your kids’ phones because they will be in the same vehicle. No more frustrating texts back and forth asking “Where are you???” The geostreaming in the app is always temporary and times-out whenever you specify, so your ex can’t track you.
If you think WhenHub might scratch where you itch, check it out:
WhenHub app for Apple: https://apple.co/2eLL3Oh
WhenHub app for Android: https://bit.ly/2fIb6L7