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August 2017 IssueStepMom Magazine is a monthly online magazine for any woman who dates, lives with or is married to someone with kids.

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THE AUGUST 2017 ISSUE | TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES
Mini-Wife Syndrome
A Guide for Stepmoms: Red Flags, Root Causes and Remedies
BY BRENDA SNYDER, LCSW

Stepfamily Weddings
What Comes After You Walk Down the Aisle?
BY KRISTEN WILKINSON, MA

Game On!
How Play Can Improve Stepmom/Stepchild Relationships
BY STACIE NIELSEN BORTEL, MA

The Emotionally Abusive Relationship
You Don’t Have to Take It Anymore
BY MARY T. KELLY, MA

DEPARTMENTS
PUBLISHER’S NOTE
What I Think About … The Easy Life

EXPERT ADVICE
Ex-Wife Angst
Give Up the Grudge That Dominates Your Days
BY RACHELLE KATZ, LMFT

THE LOOKING GLASS
Our Monthly Roundup of News, Events, Reviews and More

EXPERT ADVICE
Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?
What to Do When Your Stepchild Is Two-Faced
BY CHRISTINA ROACH, LMHC

VANTAGE POINT
Riding the Fence
Maintaining Healthy Stepfamily Boundaries
BY LAURA S. MILAM, MEd

POEM
Boundaries
BY LAURA S. MILAM, MEd

REAL STEPMOMS. REAL STORIES.
Lauren Johnson

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