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How you tackle the challenge of entering a blended family will determine the success of your marriage.
Avoid these key mistakes in a new relationship and possibly parenting his children.
On Father’s Day, your stepchildren are probably going to spend part or all of the day with their natural father – not you. Is this good or bad news?
The most difficult aspect of stepfamily life is parenting. Follow these tips on how to make the transition smoother for yourself, your partner, and your stepchildren.
Dating after divorce can be enjoyable if you approach it thoughtfully. Keeping your children’s needs in mind will help you preserve your bond with them while you make a smooth transition into the next phase of your life.
The biological and stepparent are parental partners as well as marital ones. Kids thrive when the stepparent steps into a parental role with the same authority.
One would think that someone would learn from one or two mistakes and not repeat them, but that is not always the case. Some people never learn, but when it comes to remarriage after a divorce, there are things to think about before making another commitment.
You are entering a new marriage. You have children and so does your soon-to-be new spouse. How do you assure that everyone lives happily ever after like the old television series The Brady Bunch? You don’t. Life is a far different story!