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by Susan Philips

eBook Stepchildren Speak: 10 Grown-Up Stepchildren Teach Us How to Build Healthy Stepfamilies download ISBN: 1893471098
Author: Susan Philips
Publisher: AWYN Publications (November 2, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 182
ePub: 1489 kb
Fb2: 1591 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: mobi mbr lrf lit
Category: Relationships
Subcategory: Family Relationships

Stepchildren Speak received a 2005 iParenting Media Award. This is a fantastic book. It really discusses actual ways that stepchildren were raised.

Stepchildren Speak received a 2005 iParenting Media Award. iParenting Media is the premier media company focused on parents. It helps anyone who reads it get a better understanding of what the home life of a stepchild could be and gives an insight as to why a child/adult may act the way they do. I think that is was a great idea to just sit back and ask the stepchildren to chronicle their experiences. I think that their insights were touching, deeply emotional and can give all providers and divorced parents a good concept of what not to do.

179 pages ; 22 cm. Here are the wise words of ten children who grew up in stepfamilies. They offer their stories and, most important of all, they tell us what worked and what didn't. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.

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Stepchildren Speak : 10 Grown-up Stepchildren Teach Us How to Build Healthy Stepfamilies. How brilliant and selfless of Susan Philips to let the stepchildren give advice and insight into stepparenting, rather than put it in her own words. For anyone who is in the midst of stepparenting, or about to embark on this journey, I would strongly recommend that they read this heartfelt book.

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We've heard from the parents and stepparents. We've heard from the child psychologists and family counselors. Now let the children speak.

Here are the wise words of ten children who grew up in stepfamilies. They are young enough to remember the experience well and old enough to have learned from it. They not only offer their poignant stories, but they add advice specifically marked for parents, stepparents, and even stepchildren. They come from different races, economic levels and from various parts of the country, but all of their stories reverberate with truth and a desire to help others.

The author, a parent and stepparent herself, knew the right questions to ask and knew how to help them translate their sometimes painful experience into lessons from which all of us can learn.

Comments: (7)
Wnex
As a stepmom, I found it refreshing that several of them liked and appreciated the stepparents. Even the Chicano man, who details how awful his stepdad was, says that he loved him and felt sorry for him. There is a lot of intelligent insight here about the parents as well as the steps.
virus
Little representation for those stepchildren subjected to truly horrific situations because of the mixed marriage. Thes step kids are just too happy happy happy..
Malodred
Good info.
Kakashkaliandiia
While this book is well conceived, researched, written, and is an interesting concept, I found it tiresome to hear again the grievances from the stepchildren's side. Being a stepchild and a stepmother, I can appreciate the difficulties from both sides, however it always seems to end up being about the stepchildren, their plight, their sensitive feelings, and what we can all do to cushion their fragility. Little thought or consideration being given for the 'dreaded' stepmother/father. It would have been a nice adjunct to have an equal number of stepparents interviewed to give their view, advice, and insights.
Purebinder
What a powerful and much-needed resource for stepfamilies! So many stepfamily issues can be prevented or solved if the adults involved will do their best to "Step Into the Children's Shoes." Many thanks to Susan Philips for her work in bringing this important book to life. As much as I try to step into all my children's shoes and remain sensitive to their feelings on this complicated stepfamily journey, her book opened my eyes further and gave me new insights. What a gift that through Stepchildren Speak we can learn from the voices of grown-up stepchildren who have shared their stories, their struggles, their triumphs and their advice, so that we might all be better parents and stepparents NOW.
Sti
How brilliant and selfless of Susan Philips to let the stepchildren give advice and insight into stepparenting, rather than put it in her own words. The experiences that these ten stepchildren share are diverse, but the commonality of feelings are strikingly similiar. For anyone who is in the midst of stepparenting, or about to embark on this journey, I would strongly recommend that they read this heartfelt book.
Zicelik
Stepchildren Speak competently answers a grave need of our families today. Straight "from the horse's mouth," so to speak, this book provides an intimate, caring view into those who have walked this path -- and survived. A "must read" for anyone contemplating marriage to one with children.

Marcille M. Nay

Grandmother to 39