Sunday, January 17, 2016

I am not his number one priority

Blended families or stepfamilies, where at least one parent has a child from a past relationship that is not related to the other parent, have problems just like traditional families, except that some of these problems are a little different: some of the children may live with an ex-spouse, an ex-spouse may interfere etc.

Generally, however, the key issues for all families tend to be about managing relationships and priorities.
Critical in any blended family is the balance between the relationship of the partners and their individual relationships with their children.
When it comes to the crunch, who is first priority: partner or child?
Sometimes this can be clear-cut, other times it may be left unresolved, and of course it may depend on the circumstances.
http://www.rappler.com/life-and-style/relationships/119331-two-pronged-priorities-relationshipsI am not his number one priority : Information

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Step Parenting Advice

Step Parenting Advice

Step Parenting Advice - My wiki

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Separated and blended families - Better Relationships

blended family happens when one of the parents re-partners with someone else who has children.


This can involve even more change and rearranging as the two partners work out a new family system that involves all of their respective children, as well as the other parents of their children.


Children whose parents find a new partner still need time to maintain relationships with their other parent.

If all of this sounds complicated, well, that’s because it is.

Making separated and blended family systems work does take quite a bit of effort.


http://betterrelationships.com.au/family-parenting/blended-families/


Separated and blended families - Better Relationships : Information: