If you’re a divorced single parent, you may have mixed feelings about getting married again. None-the-less, you finally decided to take that brave step and start dating. Then, much to your surprise, you find the one!. You both have kids, but that’s ok, because you think, “We love each other, and we can make it work…somehow!” While you as parents are likely to approach your new relationship and new family with great joy and expectation, your kids or your partner’s kids may not be nearly as excited.
If you both have kids, you may come up against some blending family issues — even if you’ve introduced the children and things seem to be going well. The joining of two families, different parenting styles, and new family routines is a huge challenge and blending puts stress on every member of the new family situation.
One in six children today lives in a blended family, so the stakes are high for their well-being, and yet, understandably, two out of three blended marriages fail. If your partner has children from a previous relationship, how long should you date before introducing your kids to each other and blending families?
Before you take that next important step and all move in together, there are a few important and candidly honest conversations you both need to have. Tune in to Jewish Singles Radio LIVE tonight at 6:30PM when we talk with Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb about setting painful feelings aside, transitioning your family after divorce, and managing blended family relationships.
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