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I know how you feel I’m well aware that women that chose to pursue relationships with men with kids experience a gamut of emotions such as anxiety, depression, confusion, and helplessness. As a Stepmom, I’ve felt each of these emotions too. It’s really easy to get consumed while coping with a high conflict mom, a […]
Founder, VIPStepmom, Naja Hall attended the press conference for the National Parents Organization. NPO presented their Shared Parenting Report Card. They also screened the Erasing Family Documentary by Ginger Gentile. New York City and Rhode Island got a big fat F. What is your state’s grade? Check out the Report Card A study just […]
Q: Last night my fiance revealed some things to me that I was not aware of. Prior to our relationship, we were friends I knew that he had suffered from depression after the birth of his daughter because she was taking away at 3 months and he did not see her again until she was […]
My husband and I have joint custody of a loving 3-year-old. His mother and I are on pretty good terms – we text about our son (re: social activities etc.) We’ve shared a few LOL’s but nothing too deep. Q: Well, I’m pregnant (shhhh) and we are preparing soon-to-be Big Brother for the change in […]
My clients Denver and Ayshia are a Mom+Stepmom combo that are experiencing a common dilemma. It’s common for children and custodial parents to suffer separation anxiety when the child spends time with their noncustodial parent. This often leads to intrusive phone calls which interrupt bonding time with the child’s other family. During this session, the […]