Don't Toss in the Towel Just Yet -- Kali Schneiders, Co-Author of "You're NOT My Mom" Teaches "The Best Advice for Stepparents" at The S'Cool

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A full 1/3 of all families are blended, but many haven't a clue as to how to get along. Kali and Elizabeth Schneiders have written a book together that offers the first hand advice to turn the tables on these destructive relationships before they ruin it all.

This class/lecture, held at The S'Cool's Plano, TX ( location is not to be missed for anyone suffering the "stepparent syndrome." Casual Adult Education Program - Plano, TX location on Tuesday, May 17th from 6:30-9:30p.m. For more information visit

Confusion, grief, jealousy, frustration and anger are all commonplace in unsuccessful stepfamilies because stepparenting is truly a significant life challenge for all parties involved. Learn how to go from wicked to wonderful. This class/lecture offers insight, knowledge and most of all, hope.

It also offers:

  •     Help. Gain a fresh perspective in discovering the secrets of staying the course (when throwing in the towel is so much easier).
  •     Comfort. Breathe a sigh of relief...the same struggles are commonly shared by stepparents (and many birth parents as well.)
  •     Peace of mind. Feel the "worry wrinkles" ease, learning that any stepfamily can learn to cope with the day to day issues.
  •     Insights. Thought provoking questions help families grapple with the tough stuff, and discover ways to move from conflict to love.

Learn how 2 people who were at complete odds with each other changed their lives together and are now not only the best of friends, but co-authors.

Discover their secret weapon, and find the surest way out of the darkness into the light of family joy and celebrate Stepmothers's Day on Sunday, May 15.

Registration can be done online at, or call 866 284 3726 for more information.

Take this class for yourself, Take this class for your family, Take this class for someone you love.


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