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Stepmother Survival Guide: How to Be the Best Stepmom EVER

Step Family, Book 2
Narrated by: Raya J. Thomason
Length: 25 mins
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Being a stepmom is hard. Having a family can be one of the biggest joys of your life, but also cause the harshest pains. This book will show you how to enjoy your new family, and eliminate all the stress and problems.

Why is this happening to me? Why are things so hard? How come everything can't just go away? My kids don't love me. They hate me. My life is horrible.

Every new stepmom finds themselves struggling with these same thoughts. Life is meant to be tough, and joining a new family and assuming the role of "mom" is one of the toughest things imaginable. But I've got good news: All your problems are temporary! If you have an action plan and know what you're doing, you can seamlessly make the transition to stepmom. This book will give you that action plan.

If you love your new kids, you're already halfway there. Now you just need your kids to love you. In five short, simple, fun, and actionable chapters James O'Brien, Ph.D, will show you the tried-and-true method to being the best stepmom ever. If you want a sure-fire, step-by-step, bullet-proof action plan for becoming the maternal figure that your kids need, this book is your best friend. It will take you through every step of the way and show you exactly what you need to do to be the best stepmom you can be. If you want to change your life today, buy a copy of this book. It will change your life forever. Don't hesitate. Purchase your copy now. You won't regret it.

©2014 James O'Brien (P)2015 James O'Brien

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Basic stepmother tips

short and to the point outlines of the dos and don'ts of beginning stepmother, a good read for women who are going into a new blended family situation

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  • Delinda Sowder
  • 30-12-2015

Meh

Not enough meat, wish there was more to this story, as I paid a credit for it and it's a very small book!!

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  • Elizabeth
  • 27-02-2020

Waste of time

There were some good points that I found obvious but I also felt talked down to. This is not for the real stepmom or realistic blended family. What if the biological mother refuses to meet the stepmom or build a relationship? How can a new wife establish her marriage with children she has been building a relationship with for years? I do not think anyone should be introducing their live-in children, for the first time, after they get married either! This was a joke.

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  • Samantha
  • 05-08-2016

Helpful Tips

There were some very helpful tips and a lot of advice that I feel will help. I would have liked some tips on how to deal with issues of amicability between biological parents but overall it was a great read

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  • Linda Greaves
  • 02-02-2019

Terrible

The use of the term stepkids in every sentence was awful. Step children would be far more appropriate. Don’t waste your time listening