Have you ever wondered how to best approach your new role as a stepparent? Have you found it challenging to get along with your stepchildren?
You are certainly not alone, and this book is here to help you. Starting a new family in which you have to integrate your life with that of your stepchildren can pose unique challenges that are not present in nuclear or biological families. Stepparents want nothing more than for things to work out with their new family, but sometimes the issues that arise may just seem so overwhelming.
Don't you wish that someone could hand you a list of all the things you should and shouldn't do to handle your new role better?
Don't worry because this book has you covered. This book was written by parents who understand what you are going through, and they provide everything you need to know to make the integration process as easy for you, your spouse, and your stepchildren as possible.
Here is what this book will teach you:
- Managing everyone's expectations in a blended family
- Knowing your role and your stepchildren's needs
- Facilitating adjustment
- Handling differences
- Establishing a family identity
- Strengthening your new family
- The dos and don'ts of stepparenting
- The 10 biggest mistakes stepparents make
This book is the most comprehensive one you can read about becoming a successful stepparent. Knowing the information in this book and practicing all the tips and advice will surely get you on your way to establishing a solid and loving blended family.
Don't delay. Start making a great difference in your family life!
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- Der Scwab Aus USA
Great Info, Great Presentation, Annoying Narration
As a new stepfather to a 10 year old and a 16 year old, I greatly appreciate this book. The author addresses every possible blended family circumstance, including helpful advice for us who have never raised children before. It's not a sentimental book but rather approaches the topic from a clinical perspective, which was exactly what I was looking for. The author balances this approach with real life examples, thus keeping the reader engaged. The only bad thing about this book is the narrator's voice. It's a high-pitched, effeminate male voice. I can't listen to more than one chapter at a time because his voice is so annoying.
- Robertus Invictus Maximus
Enjoyable writing with wisdom that teaches you how to be a good step parent as well as a good human being.
- Donna Holmes
i found this an useful first book into the subject. some of it i could relate to. other areas i have really struggled to see the sense of it. i will however refer back to it often and i feel i will need to listen again and again.