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Stepmothers Enjoying Spring Break
An entire week with the stepchildren out of school calls for some creative planning. Here are some ideas for entertaining them and not spending a lot of money.
A Good Stepparent Resource
Dr. Joshua Coleman's books, seminars and websites provide useful information and a valuable resource for stepparents and others seeking advice with personal relationships. It is especially geared to families.
A Personal Peace
Christmas and holiday planning can be so stressful it seems impossible to achieve any sense of peace. But you can...and you should. Read a few tips on creating a peaceful heart.
A Plan for Stepmothering
Stepmothers need a plan! How will you react to the inevitable pitfalls of a blended family? Will you wing-it or do you know how you will deal with the issues you will face? Read more about a specific plan of action.
A Word to Stepfathers
Preparing for the step-child's claim that "you are not my real father"
An Attitude of Gratitude
Gratitude and a thankful heart should not be reserved for the Thanksgiving holiday. Read more about the benefits of finding something to be grateful for...every day.
Bad childhood, good life
A bad childhood is not an excuse for a bad life. It is still possible to blossom and thrive by making a decision that you will not be a victim. Read how your choices can define your future much more than the events of your past.
Boundaries for Stepparents
A mini-review of the best-selling book, Boundaries. Read more about when to say yes and how to say no in order to take control of your life.
Chores and Cooperation in the Blended Family
Cooperation in the home requires relationships built on respect and communication. This article discusses some ways to deal with responsibility issues.
Disciplining or Punishing Your Stepchild?
The differences between disciplining and punishing can be stark or subtle and they are often confused. This article discusses the benefits of both concepts and will improve the chances of your family's successful blending.
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