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Share this tip: Stepmom Tip: Co-Parenting With The Ex Co-parenting with the ex is a team sport. It takes two. You can’t do it alone. If the ex isn’t willing to co-parent, parallel parenting is your best option. It’s better … Continue reading
Share this tip: Stepmom Tip: Stepmom Struggles You can be unhappy with a situation and still be committed to your stepfamily. Keep your problems in perspective and remember that struggles are simply that–struggles. Keep going. You’ve got this!
The May 2016 issue of StepMom Magazine is HERE! The fact that you’re reading this proves how dedicated you are to improving yourself, your relationships and your stepfamily. That makes you special. We hope you’ll read the articles in this … Continue reading
Stepmoms and Mother’s Day: 7 Reasons Stepkids Snub Us on the Mother of All Holidays by Trisha Ladogna, GDP One of the most difficult aspects of Mother’s Day, for a stepmother, can be trying to understand why our stepchildren (particularly … Continue reading
Taming the Mommy Tiger: Why Letting Your Stepkids Call You “Mom” Fuels His Ex’s Resentment (And What You Can Do About It!) by Wednesday Martin, PhD One of the most common questions I hear from women who marry or partner … Continue reading
Stepmoms and Stepdaughters Connecting: Use Conversation to Bridge the Gap Between You by Claudette Chenevert We read stories about the challenges between stepmoms and their stepdaugthers on social media, in private forums, in magazines and in books. Why is that? … Continue reading
Stepmoms and Ex-Wives: 5 Relationship Paradigms: Which Do You Choose? by Brenda Snyder, LCSW Few relationships a stepmom navigates are as tricky as the one she has with her partner’s ex. There are many obvious reasons for this complexity. (Perhaps, … Continue reading
Share this tip: Stepmom Tip: Be a Supportive Stepmom You can’t fix what you didn’t break. It’s not your job to clean up someone else’s mess. Being a loving and supportive stepmom is enough.
Share this tip: Stepmom Tip: Managing Expectations Lowering your expectations doesn’t mean you have to settle for less. It means you’re willing to let others be who they are without trying to control them.