As a stepmom, you know that it’s not always easy to raise someone else’s kids. It can be even harder if there is little to no support for you. I’ve gathered a list of websites that can help you navigate as you grow and adjust to your new family relationships.

Useful Websites

Stepfamily Foundation of New York
An organization that helps stepfamilies find the resouces they need to build a strong family including telephone consulting. This website is a wonderful resource of information and local resources for both stepfamilies and therapists alike.

Stepfamily Association of America
Provides information on stepfamilies law and plicy, educational resources, programs and services. Includes questions and answers on myths and statistics as well as research findings-a good place to start to get resources and information for stepfamilies.

National Stepfamily Day
On Facebook: National Stepfamily Day

2nd Wives Club
Chat rooms and articles about stepmoms. A place to get support and a feel of community within the stepfamily realm.

Parental Alienation Syndrome

Joseph Goldberg is an expert and a consultant on the subject of Parental Alienation. He is a member of the Parental Alienation Study Group ( PASG ).  Mr. Goldberg is also a consultant helping parents and professionals in cases of parental alienation, in addition he is the Founder of an international educational entity called, The Canadian Symposium for Parental Alienation Syndrome. Mr. Goldberg is the author of a Continuing Educational Course approved by the American Psychological Association.

You can reach Joseph Goldberg at 905-481-0367 or through the CSPAS at 647-476-3170

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Online Magazines

Stepmom Magazine
An online magazine that specifically addresses all the unique challenges that come with being a stepmom.  Each issue is filled with information and advice you won’t find anywhere else from leading stepfamily experts. Articles about marriage, custody, the ex, parenting, in-laws, coping strategies, and so much more,  are compiled into one, comprehensive publication every month. Subscribers also receive access to our private support group forum – a place to talk freely with others who truly understand what it’s like to be a stepmom.