Multiple Home Realities

Extending Love and Grace to Outsiders in Blended Families

Extending Love and Grace to Outsiders in Blended Families

God showed His love for us by bringing the outsider in, and that’s how Christians should love the “extended” members of stepfamilies.

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Children of divorce

Divorced Parents Can Co-Parent Peacefully

Divorced parents should constantly evaluate themselves and ask if their behavior is helping or hurting their children.

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Dealing With a Destructive Ex-Spouse

One of the most menacing dynamics attacking the health of a stepfamily is a destructive parent in the other home.

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Setting Boundaries for a Meddling Ex-Spouse

When you have a new marriage and blended family, it’s important to build a respectful working relationship with your ex.

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Resurrected Pain

Be prepared to face loss as you celebrate the holidays.

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Autism and the Blended Family

Your special needs stepfamily can find peace and stability with time and the right tools and perspective.

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Stepfather, What Do Your Kids Need?

You cannot afford to be a vanishing father to your biological children.

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Stepmom to Stepmom

Sharing experiences of Mother’s Day.

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Dreading that Six Week Summer Visitation

These guidelines can help you maximize the rewards in your summer schedule while minimizing the stress.

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13 Tips for Divorced Parents

When you and your ex-spouse fight, it’s your children who suffer.

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Telling Secrets in the Other Home

How do you deal with a child who is sharing private information with an ex?

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Part time Parenting

It’s easy to feel paralyzed when you don’t see your children as often as you’d like.

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When Your Childrens Other Home Is Leading Them Away From Christ

Four suggestions for minimizing ungodly influence on the life of your child.

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Holiday Power Plays

How stepfamilies can curb conflict and tension during the Christmas season.

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9 Ways to Help Children Adjust to Two Homes

If they work together, divorced parents can help their children adjust to differences between homes.

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The Loyalty Tug of War

Stepchildren often feel caught between their biological parents.

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Helping Stepchildren Cope with Dual Citizenship

Divorced parents who fight with each other are trampling on their most prized possession—their children who have to live in both homes

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Where’s Mom

It hurts to watch a child suffer rejection from an uninvolved parent.

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The Perplexes of the Exes

Learning to put away childishness when dealing with a previous spouse.

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