8 Strategies for Successful Step-Parenting

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eBookIt.com, May 22, 2013 - Family & Relationships - 192 pages
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Written in a non-apologetic voice, 8 Strategies for Successful Step-Parenting present strong and specific direction for handling common problems. This book will empower readers to take up their new challenge of step-parenting with common sense, firmness and compassion; but most of all, with greater self-knowledge – the best strategy for success in any important task.
 

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This man thinks he knows about children, but he is not a parent and has no children. How can you tell a parent what to do with your child if you have NEVER experienced it?. He writes books to increase has already inflamed ego and over charges for advice you would be better getting from a fortune cookie. Stay away and save your money. 

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STRATEGY 2 Examine Your Expectations
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Nadir Baksh, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in Clinical and Forensic Psychology since 1984. He is a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine and the American Board of Forensic Examiners, and Diplomate of the American Psychotherapy Association, with over twenty-two years of clinical experience in office practice. Dr. Baksh is considered an expert in court testimony, and has worked for twenty years in child custody evaluations and marital therapy. He sees first hand the effects of separation and divorce on the individuals in the relationship, especially the children. Laurie Elizabeth Murphy, R.N., Ph.D. has raised four children. Since the beginning of her training in 1968 she has worked with patients and families. For the past twenty years she has specifically focused on a clinical practice dealing with marital issues, divorce and its impact on children.

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