Talking to your kids about Step-Parents

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Talking to your kids about Step-Parents


Whether it's your significant other or your ex's, this is a huge change for your kids. Get the tools to talk to them, as well as the new step-parent (or step-parent to be) in this lesson.

(Link to video in the .pdf you'll receive when purchased)

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Even the word step-parent brings up a lot of emotion - some good, some bad, some based on what society tells us we should be believing. The step-parent themselves can create many more. If you have many emotions that come up, imagine what your children have.

That’s where this video comes in.

In this video and worksheet, I’ll show you:

  • When it’s the right time to introduce your significant other
  • How to introduce your new partner in a positive way
  • How to handle it when it’s your ex’s significant other
  • Building the right boundaries with the step-parents


Ready to get started? Click on the purchase button to access both the video and the worksheet.

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I'm Karen Becker, Family Coach, Divorced Family Coordinator. I help you gain emotional freedom so you can successfully manage your family, move on from your divorce, and co-parent (even with someone who is refusing).

These courses are dedicated to helping you communicate effectively with your children about divorce related issues. If you’ve ever had a question about how to answer your kids or what to do, there is a video here for you.

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Kaern Becker, MA Life Coach