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We Want YOU to Know How to Discipline Us!

We Want YOU to Know How to Discipline Us!

“I’m not listening to you, you’re not my real mom”… sound familiar? It does for me, swap out ‘mom’ for ‘dad’ and I’ve said that line a million times.  My stepfather came into my life at the ripe age of 14, which could quite possibly be one of the most difficult ages for any parent to deal with. My mom…

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Advice From an Adult Stepkid

Advice From an Adult Stepkid

Advice from an Adult Stepkid   Whether you are joining a family with young stepchildren or adult stepchildren, there will be challenges. Both situations are extremely unique, on one hand, if your stepchild is young they may be more open to accepting you since they may not fully understand and have the same emotions as an older stepchild.  On the…

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The Gift of Perspective.

The Gift of Perspective.

“Divorce is always tough on the children, especially when that child is young and doesn’t truly understand what is going on. For me, I was 7 years old, yet I can still recant the exact details of the day my parents told me they were getting a divorce. If that wasn’t hard enough, my dad soon remarried and my brother…

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The Gift of Perspective.

The Gift of Perspective.

“Divorce is always tough on the children, especially when that child is young and doesn’t truly understand what is going on. For me, I was 7 years old, yet I can still recant the exact details of the day my parents told me they were getting a divorce. If that wasn’t hard enough, my dad soon remarried and my brother…

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