A great stepmom is not born…she is made!

It takes time to learn and to practise. You’ll need to build the confidence to try out parenting and relationship strategies that might feel like the opposite of what you thought you were supposed to do.

Whether you’re newly dating a single dad or years into full-time stepmom life, you’re sure to find something here that will help you make your stepfamily relationships easier and more fulfilling than you ever thought possible!

Help yourself to this FREE download full of easy “micro-steps” to help you on the road to confidence in your role:

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What If The Bio Mama Is Gone Forever?

What if your step kids’ mother is deceased, or completely out of the picture for reasons such as mental illness, heavy drug use or prison? What do you have to do differently as a stepmom?

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Is your partner struggling with guilty parent syndrome? Here’s help in 3 easy steps.

What I want you and your spouse to know is that guilty parenting is not a crime. If you feel guilty about having caused some suffering, it’s a sign that you’re a good person, it means you have empathy! Guilt is actually a healthy emotion, it’s supposed to help you modify your behaviour. It pushes you to do better.

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Yes, you can de-stress in just 2 minutes, and there’s no better time to learn how!

Suddenly, you find yourself being the teacher, babysitter, and all around domestic goddess of “pandemic-quarantine central”. No playdates, no playgrounds, no activities and no rest for you. You need to become a ninja of self-care!

Could you use some guidance in working out the direction of your life and family relationships?

I encourage you to apply to work with me in a one-on-one life-coaching program custom designed for stepmoms. Let’s have a chat and see if we’re a good fit!