When You're Living in a Stepfamily
Every year, more than a million new stepfamilies are formed. And as David Hawkins explains, they're in for much more than the occasional gray skies as portrayed by the Brady Bunch. Helps people deal with difficult life issues from a biblically based perspective Designed as a quick read and – just 48 pages Written by a licensed clinical psychologist One of six titles in the Your Pocket Therapist series, "little books to help you handle life's big problems."
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