Blended Families - Part 2

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Blended Families - Part 2

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

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