May
17

Blended Families Part 1 – The Not So Blended Family

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(Listener Note: This is part one of a three-part series.  To find the other episodes, search “Intelligent Divorce” from the Divorce Source Radio “search” bar.)

Narcissist, Divorce Source Radio, The Intelligent DivorceIn this episode of The Intelligent Divorce with Mark Banschick, M.D., we begin a three part series on Blended Families.

Blended Families on Divorce Source Radio, the Brady BunchStepfamilies, also known as blended families, are more of a norm now than ever, with 65% of remarriages including children from previous relationships. When families “blend” to create stepfamilies, though, things rarely progress smoothly.  Some children may resist the many changes they face, while parents may become frustrated or disappointed when the new family doesn’t function like their previous family.

While changes to family structure require some adjustment time for everyone involved, with the right guidance and realistic expectations, most blended families are able to work out their growing pains and live together successfully. Open communication, positive attitudes, mutual respect, and plenty of love and patience all have an important place in creating a healthy blended family.

For more on Dr. Banschick, visit: www.TheIntelligentDivorce.com.

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