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In today's society, because of a huge increase in children being born into single parent homes, we're seeing more and more "Blended Families". If you're a single parent or someone who would have a serious problem dating one...Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss "Blended Families...Dating a Single Parent". Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years"
A blended family by definiton is a family that includes children from a previous marriage of the wife, husband, or both parents. Join us for this session as we have a candid conversation with a family who will share their experiences and opportunities faced with their blended family. Is the love you share expressed differently with the other children? How do you engage and not seem overbearing? There are many feelings that surface in the blended family and we will share some insight on that here on Using My Keys!
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How do you successfully handle being apart of a "Blended Family." So you split up with your past boyfriend, girlfriend, or spouse that you have a child (or children) with. Now you find yourself in a new relationship, but still have to interact with the mother or father from a past relationship. Maybe you're the person in a relationship where your significant other has a child (or children) from a previous relationship. How do you deal? How do you make things work? How do you live happily ever after? Let's talk about it
Like the Brady Bunch blended familes can prove to be todays traditional family! When a man and woman fall in love and bring along baggage which includes children from previous relationships it can be a slippery slope. Depending on the age of the children blending the families can often times cause a disruption in the relationship between the husband and wife. Other times one of the two may have one child or multiple children and the other may not have any causing the then single adult to take on responsibilities he or she may not be prepared for. And then you have the relationship with the man or woman whom has adult children. GEESH! Now comes the possible impact of the meeting of the minds.
How does the disconnection in the relationship between the married two work when one of the adults has STOPPED parenting for reasons of lack of love, concern, devotion or otherwise? How can the relationship move forward or can it? Dont miss out on this discussion today! I invite you for lunch to join me by simply calling in at 646.200.0995! Im your HOST, RhondaK and remember no conversation here is off limites! Tune in TODAY!
What should you do if you have built a family business but find many of your family dynamics are not serving your business well?
Emily Bouchard is a specialist in building relationships that allow people to thrive in their lives. For over 20 years Emily has worked with children, individuals, couples and families building skills to overcome significant challenges. In 2003, she founded www.BlendedFamilies.com, LLC, where expert coaches make a positive difference in the lives of stepfamilies. Emily has been featured in major media including The Today Show, CNN, the Wall Street Journal and The New YorkTimes and is the coauthor of Estate Planning for the Blended Family.
Emily is the managing partner of the Wealth Legacy Group (www.wealthlegacygroup.net), their team coaches clients on how to successfully navigate the emotional impact of wealth and family dynamics.
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This show will explore questions from the listeners dealing with relationships, dating after divorce,blended families, and employment satisfaction.
Raising a blended family comes with its share of hurdles. In the United States, approximately one-third of all households are blended. With patience and a optimistic outlook, the blended family can be one filled with affection, respect, and appreciation.
It isn’t easy for the children when parents remarry. They are trapped in the middle of a situation that can cause immediate feelings of frustration and sadness.
It can be particularly hard to find the right balance when you’re a stepparent. Many adults try to blend their families with high expectations. Many think it will be similar to their previous marriage in terms of time spent with their spouse and the attentiveness they’ll be able to give the relationship. Unfortunately, this may not match your reality.
Every family has a different dynamic. The trick to making a blended family work is finding a new, combined dynamic that includes time spent together, discipline, and rules BOTH parties can live with.
Let’s look at 7 tips for creating a great blended family.
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[Season 3, Episode 01]
BLENDED FAMILY NATION.
This weeks program will focus on the GIANT 'Under the Radar' DEMOGRAPHIC that blended families (stepfamilies) are in our nation.
Hosts Dan Snell and Michael Hillebrand will talk statistics, research, buying power, voting clout and community impact.
BLENDED FAMILY NATION is the weekly radio outreach of USABFA. The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BLENDED FAMILY ASSOCIATION. Visit www.USABFA.org for membership and information.
The Mission of USABFA is to UNITE, to SERVE and to ADVOCATE for stepfamilies across America. Bringing together resources and information in one central place.
USABFA does so with a message from the heart toward...
'USABFA - BUILDING A BETTER COMMUNITY!'
The rate of divorce is high among families affected by disability. But what happens when parents of children with special needs remarry and blend into a new family? Listen as host Vangie Rodenbeck interviews her husband Jason and they discuss their ideas on managing the challenges of step-parenting a child with different abilities, blended children from different families and honoring God in the process.
Jason and Vangie Rodenbeck live in Cumming, GA. They brought together 3 children from each of their previous marriages. Vangie son, Noah, lives with an autism spectrum disorder.
"Blended Learning Teacher Competencies" is the topic with guests Dr. Allison Powell - iNACOL's Vice President for New Learning Models
and Dr. Kathryn Kennedy - Senior Researcher, Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute .Both were co-authors of the recently released iNACOL Blended Learning Competency Framework:http://bit.ly/inacolbtc
The first recorded Blended Family in the Bible was between Abraham, Sarah and Hagar. We see the dynamics in the family structure and struggles between the siblings and parents. This struggles are still common place in our present time.
With the rate of young pregnancies, separations, divorces and death bringing room to more families being blended, we will take a look at loopholes to avoid and ways to foster harmonious living conditions in Blended Familes. It is very possible!!
Join us on Thursday at 10pm as we dish on this topic.