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Book Review ~ Hey, Who’s In My House?

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The majority of American families have moved from the traditional nuclear family with a biologically bonded mother, father and child.  According to the US Bureau of Census, 1300 new blended families are created daily. Most of us have read stories about the “wicked ...

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John Rosemond’s ~ New Parent Power!

John Rosemond is the dean of traditional, non-psychological parenting. Now, the author of many best-selling books on raising children has combined his two most successful volumes into a single revised and updated edition for new parents — and those who ...

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Love may be sweeter the second time around, but it will eventually wear off a little as the reality of the stepfamily sets in. If you are one of the millions of remarried Americans trying to bring two families into ...

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Keys To Successful Step-Fathering

Dr. Carl E. Pickhardt shares his years of experience as a psychologist and offers a very useful resource for stepfathers and bio-fathers for understanding the multiple changes that affect step families.  Issues of multiple alliances, boundaries, even gender differences about ...

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