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As a stepparent of 4 children and a family coach, I can answer questions about the issues that arise in step-parenting including discipline,blended families, boundaries and guidelines.

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I have 18 years as a stepfather, and over three years as a family coach focusing on unifying, strengthening and empowering families.


My wife and I have written 2 books on Family FUSE Your Family - Family: Unify Strengthen Empower! and Raising Families


BA(Recreation Administration) Grad Studies in Urban and Regional Planning and Design Certified as a LifeSuccess Consultant/Coach

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2016-08-22 Healthy Boundaries:

Please let me know the ages of the children. If you really love tour husband then yes there is a way... please tell me more about your relationship with your husband and some of the techniques you used

2016-04-05 18 year old step son:

Krista    Being his stepmom for 14 years means that you have had a significant impact on his life.  In most areas a person is considered an adult at 18.  Once he leaves for college he is basically on his

2015-08-25 Toxic stepdaughter's accusations:

Please tell me what you abbreviations mean so that I can fully understand what you are asking     Thanks    Rick    About the only thing I can say is to avoid responding in any negative way. Keep things

2015-06-27 Advice?:

Brian     I can understand some of what you are going through.  Our oldest daughter was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.  We went through some very difficult times as as a family in trying to deal with

2015-05-21 co-parenting in need:

I understand your concern about your baby.  It is common for stepmoms to worry about how the step children will react to the new baby. For the most part there is no problem and children seem to accept


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