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Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
Blended Families - Part 2
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Blended Families - Part 2

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This lesson examines the day to day challenges of raising children in a blended family environment. Watch or download: bibletalk.tv/blended-families-part-2

This lesson examines the day to day challenges of raising children in a blended family environment. Watch or download: bibletalk.tv/blended-families-part-2

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  • 1. #11 – Blended Families - Part II In Love for Life Building or Rebuilding a Great Marriage Mike Mazzalongo
  • 2. Preparing for a Subsequent Marriage •  Know future mate and children •  Attention to children’s needs •  Build a new relationship •  Include everyone at wedding
  • 3. Achieving Unity •  Avoid co-conductor system •  Give up old roles •  Establish ground rules
  • 4. True Unity Only Attainable in Christ
  • 5. Grieving Children in a Blended Family
  • 6. Grieving Children in a Blended Family •  Denial
  • 7. Grieving Children in a Blended Family •  Denial •  Anger
  • 8. Grieving Children in a Blended Family •  Denial •  Anger •  Bargaining
  • 9. Grieving Children in a Blended Family •  Denial •  Anger •  Bargaining •  Depression
  • 10. Grieving Children in a Blended Family •  Denial •  Anger •  Bargaining •  Depression •  Acceptance
  • 11. Development Levels 0 to 2 years – Tactile
  • 12. Development Levels 0 to 2 years – Tactile 3 to 5 years – Reassurance
  • 13. Development Levels 0 to 2 years – Tactile 3 to 5 years – Reassurance 6 to 12 years – Knowledge
  • 14. Development Levels 0 to 2 years – Tactile 3 to 5 years – Reassurance 6 to 12 years – Knowledge 13+ years – Independence
  • 15. Parenting Styles
  • 16. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent
  • 17. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent 2.  The “Glue” Parent
  • 18. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent 2.  The “Glue” Parent 3.  The “Distant” Parent
  • 19. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent 2.  The “Glue” Parent 3.  The “Distant” Parent 4.  The “Sometimes” Parent
  • 20. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent 2.  The “Glue” Parent 3.  The “Distant” Parent 4.  The “Sometimes” Parent 5.  The “Ruthless” Parent
  • 21. Parenting Styles 1.  The “Star” Parent 2.  The “Glue” Parent 3.  The “Distant” Parent 4.  The “Sometimes” Parent 5.  The “Ruthless” Parent 6.  The “Parent” Parent
  • 22. The “Week-End” Visit
  • 23. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative
  • 24. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative 2.  Provide Structure
  • 25. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative 2.  Provide Structure 3.  Be Accepting
  • 26. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative 2.  Provide Structure 3.  Be Accepting 4.  Provide a Home
  • 27. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative 2.  Provide Structure 3.  Be Accepting 4.  Provide a Home 5.  Give Permission to Love
  • 28. The “Week-End” Visit 1.  Take the Initiative 2.  Provide Structure 3.  Be Accepting 4.  Provide a Home 5.  Give Permission to Love 6.  Smooth Out Transitions
  • 29. Visitation is not the best way to parent But it’s not an impossible way to parent.

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