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How To Be a Good Step-Parent and Make Your Step-Children Love You Forever - Discover The Do’s and Don’ts of Step-Parenting That Will Make Your Step-Kids Cherish You Forever - cover

How To Be a Good Step-Parent and Make Your Step-Children Love You Forever - Discover The Do’s and Don’ts of Step-Parenting That Will Make Your Step-Kids Cherish You Forever

Clarissa Valdez

Publisher: Salvage Books

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Summary

HOW TO BE A GOOD AND SUCCESSFUL STEP-PARENT:
Discover The Dos and Don’ts of Step-Parenting That Will Make Your Step Kids Cherish You Forever.

If anyone has ever told you that parenting is difficult, step-parenting must be like someone who is afraid of heights and tries to skydive. Parenting and Stepparenting are often as difficult or easy as you imagine; however, a lot depends on the children. With step-parenting, one often ends up being a vulnerable parent, as children tend to be skeptical and very critical of their new parent.

What you can do with your biological children can sometimes be limited with stepchildren because you never want to overstep your limits. Comfort zones have a lot to do with the relationship between step-parent and step-children. Since many stepchildren are not as welcoming as step-parent hope, adjustment is often difficult. Opinions, suggestions, and comments that you would normally make out of love or support can actually be analyzed and taken out of context.

Clarissa Valdez a relationship and family coach shared how to thrive as a step-parent in her book. She has helped several step- moms and step-dads, build a happy and successful step-family.


As a step-parent, you need to prepare for the whirlwind of things as revealed in this book ...

In this book, you will discover:

	The easy way to relate with your step-children based on their age.
	The necessary steps needed to be a success at step parenting.
	What to do always to make your step children attracted to you and love you.
	What not to do so as not to be on the bad side of your step children.
	Challenges you will face as a step parent and how to overcome them.
	How to stay close together as a stepfamily and
	More.


You would love to build a good rapport with your stepkids, wouldn't you?


Get your copy of the book to begin your journey towards successful step- parenting.

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