Portland OR (PRWEB) November 10, 2004
Maxine Marsolini (author, speaker, Pastor's wife and member of AACC) knows from 29 years of personal experience that the most difficult family to live in is the stepfamily. Living in a blended family will be largely positive, or largely negative, depending on two things: healing the wounds from the past and a sensitive understanding for what lies ahead.
Her newly released, Blended Families Workbook, designed in two complete six-week units (or as one 12 week study), meets a tremendous need for blended families. One million American children experience divorce every year. Many more are living blended lives due to death, adoption, cohabitation, and foster parenting. "Non-biological family members are seeking to start a new family in the rubble of shattered dreams. This presupposes blended families to be fragile."
The Blended Families Workbook provides direction to help each family member create harmony within the home as it encourages family members to empathize with people whose personalities may be different.
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