To Be Loved

To Be Loved

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The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves. ~ Victor Hugo

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We are want to be loved for who we are, as well as be appreciated for what we do. And this is true for especially for stepmoms (as well as stepdads.)

It's hard to come into an already established family, figuring out how and where to fit into the established norms and routines your partner has with the kids.

You might ask yourself if the giggles you hear are about you or them reminiscing about past memories - those before you came along.

Just know that it takes time to create the kind of relationship you're looking for, most particularly so when it comes to stepfamilies. 

Give it time. Exercise patience. And hopefully, you too will be loved for who you are, or rather loved in spite of who you are. 

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About the Author

CLAUDETTE CHENEVERT, aka The Stepmom Coach, works with women as they struggle to create a cohesive family life. As a speaker, author and stepfamily professional, Claudette mentors and guides stepmothers through the process of establishing a harmonious and thriving home life for their families. Her newest title, “The Stepmom’s Book of Boundaries,” is now available on Amazon.com and elsewhere. Learn about her coaching practice and self-study program for stepmoms at StepmomCoach.com.

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