Blended Families: A Survival Guide
The American family is changing. About 40 percent of adults now have stepchildren, step-siblings, or stepparents. But just because it’s common, doesn’t make combining families any easier. Heck, even the Brady Bunch had trouble. In this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk to a family therapist, and hear the story of how a writer and stepmom used food to bring her blended family together.
- Robin Davis, food editor at the Columbus Dispatch, author of Recipe for Joy
- Lisa Davis, Clinical Counselor, Directions Counseling Group