The Blended Modern Family

It’s difficult to blend families. Though takes a lot of work, it can be done. Cover Image: PavelLPhotoandVideo-Shutterstock

It's Different for Stepmothers

By Wednesday Martin Ph.D.

Why stepparenting is tougher for women than for men, and how to make it easier

When Your Step-child Is a Wild Thing

By Wednesday Martin Ph.D.

The dance of temperament in step-family life.

Balancing a Japanese and Irish Heritage

By Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu Ed.D.

Learning to live with complexity and ambiguity

What? Two Moms?

By Brian Mustanski Ph.D.

New study on lesbian moms

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