Aired: Sunday, January 24, 2010 || 8 to 9 AM ET on www.CFRU.ca 93.3 FM in Guelph
Line Brunet has a son from a previous marriage and lives with her new husband. Nearly half of North Americans are involved in some step-relationship. Line joins me in talking about the challenges of Step Families.
Having always been fascinated with human behaviour, potential and transformation, becoming a Life Coach was Line Brunet’s calling. Because of her own personal transformation, through family, career and health challenges, helping others do the same has become her passion. Line Brunet is a Certified Life Coach, Master Family Dynamics Coach, Master Spirit Life Coach and a member of the Certified Coaches Alliance as well as, Toastmasters International. A strong advocate for families, she hosts Family Focus on Blog Talk Radio every Thursday, 1 pm ET: www.blogtalkradio.com/familyfocuscoach
You can reach Line at: www.HorizonsLifeCoaching.com
Why do 60% of blended families end in divorce?
Living in a Step Family is a balancing act of grief, new family life, and navigating the maze of mixed feelings, different parenting styles, and the many relationships in your kid’s life. What are some of the do’s and don’ts?
How do you keep relationships with extended family?
Be open. Expect the unexpected. Develop good working relationships, communication skills, and problem solving skills.