Blended Families

When two parents with children of their own get together, blending the two families into one can be tough for everyone involved. Emotions can run high and trust can be in short supply, particularly if one or both families are coming out of a messy divorce. And yet, when the dust settles and everyone adjusts, a blended family can be a wonderful source of support and love. We've collected advice from the experts on how to make the transition easier for everyone.

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