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Don’t be fooled into thinking you won’t experience difficulties.
As one parent said, "Falling in love is not enough when it comes to remarriage; there’s just more required than that." When you do become serious about marriage, date with the intention of deepening the stepparent/stepchild relationships.
Young children can attach themselves to a future stepparent rather quickly, so make sure you’re serious before spending lots of time together. Most people think the way to cook a stepfamily is with a blender, microwave, pressure cooker, or food processor. All of these "cooking styles" attempt to combine the family ingredients in a rapid fashion.
Older children will need more time (research suggests that the best time to remarry is before a child’s tenth birthday or after his/her sixteenth; couples who marry between those years collide with the teen's developmental needs). Unfortunately, resentment and frustration are the only results. Once thrown into the pot, it will take time and low heat to bring ingredients together, requiring that adults step into a new marriage with determination and patience.
Be sure to open your eyes well before a decision to marry has been made.
The following list represents key challenges every single parent (or those dating a single parent) should know before deciding to remarry.
Brigham Young University's origin can be traced back to 1862 when a man named Warren Dusenberry started a Provo school in Cluff Hall, a prominent adobe building in the northeast corner of 200 East and 200 North.
Said Young about his vision: "I hope to see an Academy established in Provo...
Approximately 99 percent of the students are members of the LDS Church and one-third of its U. Students attending BYU are required to follow an honor code, which mandates behavior in line with LDS teachings such as academic honesty, adherence to dress and grooming standards, and abstinence from extramarital sex and from the consumption of drugs and alcohol.Give yourself plenty of time to get to know each other thoroughly. Even if everything feels right, dramatic psychological and emotional shifts often take place for children, parents, and stepparents right after the wedding.