When Your Parent Remarries Late In Life: Making Peace With Your Adult Stepfamily
Dealing with stepparents isn't just a kid's problem anymore. With more and more older parents remarrying, you could be one of the many adults having to deal with the issues that arise from these later-in-life unions. Luckily, Terri P. Smith is here to help you out with what to do after your parent walks down the aisle, again.
Smith deals with the conflicts that will come up over:
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What Is Your Intention with My Mother?
What Do You Mean the Wedding Is
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IDont Feel Comfortable Calling You Dad
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But Weve Always Spent the Holidays
Dont Discipline My Children
Is It Okay to Contact My ExStepmother?
Were One Big Happy Family
How Do I Overcome Barriers to Love?
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