Living in a Step-Family Without Getting Stepped On: Helping Your Children Survive the Birth Order Blender

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Thomas Nelson Publishers, May 1, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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"When two families unite, they don't blend, they collide," says Dr. Kevin Leman, bestselling author of The New Birth Order Book. But he also believes, "You can blend a family without breaking it. The principles in this book will help you wage the battle of blending your family-and come up not only a survivor but a winner!"

By understanding the impact that birth order has on each family member, parents are better equipped to ease the transition into a new, different but functional family unit. Using his signature humor and real life examples, Dr. Leman provides both insight and practical advice about discipline, self-respect, parental authority, and the importance of the marriage relationship.

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About the author (2001)

Dr. Kevin Leman is the best-selling author of over thirty-five books including Have a New Kid by Friday, The Birth Order Book, Sheet Music, and Have a New Husband by Friday. A master communicator, Dr. Leman is a frequent guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows such as The View, Oprah, Today, Fox & Friends, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They are the parents of five children and two grandchildren.
El Dr. Kevin Leman es fundador de y autor de mas de 25 libros acerca del matrimonio y la familia. Dr. Leman es un invitado frecuente en numerosas estasiones de radio y programas de television como. El Paisaje, Oprah, Hoy, CNN, y Enfocandose en la Familia con Dr. James Dobson.

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