After a marriage ends, parents, children--and even stepparents--can form new, whole relationships with one another. But don't expect healing without pain. That is the realistic but hopeful message of Growing in Step. Depending on the children and the circumstances, a bewildering minefield of emotions and fears awaits. This book sensitively sorts them out and gives Bible-based principles for coping. The authors advise parents who no longer have custody of their children, who are uncertain about entering a new relationship, or who don't know how to tell children that a new husband or wife is about to join the family. The struggles of real people illustrate what can go wrong and right in parenting that "grows in step."
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Book Description Baker Pub Group, 1985. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0801042984