The trials of repartnered families (stepfamilies) are acutely felt by many of us. While a new, loving relationship between two adults can mean renewed joy and happiness, there can often be painful times as the new "family" develop their relationships.
Family therapist Jan Rodwell understands the potentially troubling process of negotiating new family dynamics. She suggests that the old known ways of living in a family may need to be examined and new ways introduced.
In this book Jan draws on her work with hundreds of repartnered families - and from her own personal experience. She talks with members of repartnered families and offers a number of possible solutions. This book will provide assistance to the many people who feel puzzled or confused by what to do next.