As a stepparent, you must decide how you will fit into the family. Try your best to understand your stepchild’s perspective, and don’t allow yourself to feel rejected if it isn’t love at first sight.
The challenges of remarriage and stepfamily life can chisel away at the closeness of you and your spouse if you forget to make your partner a top priority. This can only truly be communicated through consistency between your actions and words.
If you feel hurt or angry about something one of them says or does, remember that becoming part of a blended or stepfamily wasn’t the children’s choice. Here are 9 tips for how to be a loving, supportive stepmother.
What Role Should Stepparents Entering a Blended Family Have? The first step in fixing the problem is to admit you have a problem. The question remains is step-parenting a problem? Blended families are no easy task especially for stepparents entering a blended family. Every bride or groom to be that brings children into a new […]
When it comes to parenting his children after divorce, learn what the most common mistakes are, why, and how to avoid them.
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 for a stepfather?
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.
If you approach dating thoughtfully after your divorce and consider your children’s needs, it will pay off in the long run. Your kids may feel a mixed bag of emotions about you dating and even harbor fantasies that you will reconcile with your ex-spouse. This might make it a challenge for them to accept someone […]
Whether you are the biological parent or not, remember that children thrive when you and your partner share authority. Here are some step-parenting tips!
Over the years, I have represented many clients who are going through a second or third divorce. My record is representing a woman for her sixth and seventh divorces. 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 […]