A New Way To View Family Progress with Diane Ingram Fromme


Measuring "success" in your family can bring disappointment rather than positivity. Let's discuss how to cast off measuring progress by weeks, months or years and instead re-focus on creating family moments that matter.

Key Points:

  • What stepfamilies are and what they are not
  • The importance of creating meaningful moments
  • Diane’s understanding of what her role as a stepmother is
  • What kids need, especially when a parent is no longer present
  • How to measure success in a stepfamily

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  • Pull the weeds, plant the seeds, see what grows.

    And yes, sometimes we are zig-zagging in different directions, which does make each step-families journey different and unique. Thanks for the resources and insight.

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