StepMom Magazine is a monthly, online publication and private chat group for any woman who dates, lives with, or is married to someone who has kids. Here you’ll learn how to navigate all the tricky, taboo topics (the ones you can’t discuss with anyone else) like the ex, and child support, and the reasons why you sometimes feel like an outsider in your own home.
Why do stepmoms need a magazine? If you’ve ever been told that you should love your stepkids like your own, or that you’re just the stepmom, or that you knew what you were signing up for when you started dating someone with kids, you know it’s easier to keep your stepmom status—a secret. Friends and family don’t understand what it’s like. If becoming a stepmom feels like one of the hardest things you’ve ever done, you’re not alone. And we can help.
HOW IT WORKS: StepMom Magazine is a monthly, online publication. Each issue is delivered as a downloadable, printer-friendly PDF. Text-only versions for your smart phone and Kindle are also included with your subscription making it easy to read anywhere, anytime.
WHAT’S INSIDE: As a subscriber, you’ll receive practical insights and proven tips on topics including:
WHAT ELSE YOU’LL GET: When you join you’ll get exclusive access to our private support community. This is a place where you can ask questions, get advice and connect with other women who know exactly what you’re going through. Unlike groups you see on social media, your identity here is confidential and posts are completely private so you won’t have to worry about stalkers—ever. Need advice? Want to get something off your chest? Looking for real solutions to your problems? We’ve got you covered.
BEING A STEPMOM ISN’T EASY. In fact, it’s the most complicated role within any family structure. We’ll give you the information and support you need to make your life as a stepmom easier. The articles inside StepMom Magazine are written by a hand-selected team of experts. Our contributors are licensed therapists, published authors and stepfamily professionals. With the right advice, information and support, you won’t just succeed-—you’ll thrive.