Posted on December 26th, 2013 by Mike Mastracci
As the holiday season and 2013 come to an end, there are many couples who will soon separate and change their family dynamics in the months and years ahead and many of them will need help and guidance. In case you were unaware, January is International Child Centered Divorce Month and there are many little known […]
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Posted on December 22nd, 2013 by Mike Mastracci
Okay folks, the text in italics is what a friend emailed to me. It came came from a post that someone made on a Listserve that he belongs to. If you are separated or divorced and have kids you should read it. Here it is: When I first joined the Listserve, I knew immediately what I […]
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Posted on July 11th, 2013 by Mike Mastracci
eNannySource: How do you define the role of a stepmom?
Peggy: I define the role of stepmom as any woman who is in a long-term relationship with a man who has kids from a previous relationship. Women in the role of stepmom are not their stepkids’ mom. A stepmom may do mom things, but this does not make her the mom. Stepmoms are another adult who cares for and loves their partner’s children.
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Posted on June 5th, 2013 by Mike Mastracci
What Your Child May Be Experiencing during Your Divorce Source Divorce is an emotional process. Years of love, matrimony and memories all brushed aside for what are all-too-often heated exchanges where the two protagonists suck in their friends, family and worst of all children. However, once the dust settles and […]
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