Love Him, Love His Kids: The Stepmother's Guide to Surviving and Thriving in a Blended Family

Stan Wenck Connie J. Hansen

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Love Him, Love His Kids: The Stepmother's Guide to Surviving and Thriving in a Blended Family

Love Him Love His Kids The Stepmother s Guide to Surviving and Thriving in a Blended Family He loves her She loves him But his kids hate her Or bait her Or ignore her altogether She s the stepmother and sometimes she feels as if she s never played a thankless role It doesn t have to be that

  • Title: Love Him, Love His Kids: The Stepmother's Guide to Surviving and Thriving in a Blended Family
  • Author: Stan Wenck Connie J. Hansen
  • ISBN: 9781598698947
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • He loves her She loves him But his kids hate her Or bait her Or ignore her altogether.She s the stepmother, and sometimes she feels as if she s never played a thankless role It doesn t have to be that way With this book, the stepmother will find the advice she needs to win over even the most resistant children This honest, practical guide written by a therapistHe loves her She loves him But his kids hate her Or bait her Or ignore her altogether.She s the stepmother, and sometimes she feels as if she s never played a thankless role It doesn t have to be that way With this book, the stepmother will find the advice she needs to win over even the most resistant children This honest, practical guide written by a therapist and stepmother who s been there shows stepmothers the best ways to handle the most challenging situations, including how to Get off on the right foot from hello Build a relationship with each childShare Daddy with his childrenDefine boundaries as a coupleNegotiate issues with Dad as well as the kidsDeal with their real momSurvive holidays, birthdays, and school vacationsCreate family ritualsWith this book, millions of stepmothers find the strategies they need to safeguard their new marriage and establish a happy, peaceful new blended family.

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    One thought on “Love Him, Love His Kids: The Stepmother's Guide to Surviving and Thriving in a Blended Family

    1. Becki on said:

      Okay, completely not a fan of this book. Now, I have to be honest and say I didn't really read it. I more just scanned it. Even the title kind of turned me off. Just because you love someone doesn't mean that you are automatically going to love the people attached to them. Yes, you need to act lovingly towards them. But you won't necessarily love them right off the bat.But that's not my main beef with this book. It is completely kid-centric. Do whatever you can and need to in order to make the k [...]

    2. Erika on said:

      My boyfriend (who I intend on marrying) has two children. However, I have little experience with children and am totally not familiar with the "stepfamily" dynamic as my parents are still married. Because this is such foreign territory for me, I've been eating up all the stepparenting books I can find. While this certainly was not one of the best (many of the scenarios in the book do not apply to my particular situation so I skipped over those), it still had some worthwhile information and tips [...]

    3. Kim on said:

      Once again, this book was a recommendation to me (Kim) from a therapist friend. Trent and I actually did read this together, however I read it through once by myself and then we read it together. It was a great reference tool, pointing out that the relationships in blended families take time and consideration from all - but most importantly from Daddy and his soon to be spouse (Trent and me respectively). The book gave some great ideas and examples. I also love the fact that the authors frequent [...]

    4. Lindsey on said:

      This book had a lot of good reviews on , so I purchased it with high hopes. It seemed far too general and not a lot of helpful advice to deal with the issues they bring up in the book. I've found the books by Ron L. Deal to be more helpful with a lot of great practical advice (I'm still reading any book I can get my hands on about step-families, though).

    5. Karin on said:

      This book was horrible. I've read about half a dozen books about successful step-parenting and this one is the worst. The advice is trite, obvious, and annoying. I'm so glad I checked this out from the library and didn't buy it. Check out "Stepmonster: A New Look at Why Real Stepmothers Think, Feel, and Act the Way We Do" for a well-written book on the topic.

    6. Kelly on said:

      Good in breadth but not deep enough, as a result seemed very generic and cliche.

    7. Robin Carpenter on said:

      Very informativeHelped me by answering some questions I had and also confirmed that I have been doing a lot of things right.

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