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by Karon Phillips

  • Author: Karon Phillips
  • ISBN: 1602604495
  • ISBN13: 978-1602604490
  • ePub: 1222 kb | FB2: 1634 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Christian Living
  • Publisher: Barbour Books (November 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 224
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 371
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Whose Kids are These? (Turning Points) ePub download

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Glean essential advice and fresh strategies for step-parenting from Barbour’s sensational Turning Points for Step-moms. Rooted in faith and practicality, each chapter contains points for stepping strong and finding joy in the journey. This priceless font of wisdom is filled with inspiration and insight, as well as stories of other women who have walked the step-mom walk. . .and lived to tell the tale! For encouragement, ideas, inspiration, pointers, and direction, look to Turning Points for invaluable guidance.
Faulkree
So wonderfully refreshing to read a book that encourages and uplifts, while not ignoring the very real issues that we stepmoms have.
Cordabor
Whose Kids Are These? / 978-1-602-60449-0

As a relatively new step-mother, I picked this up from NetGalley for review, but had not realized at the time that this was written by and marketed towards a Christian audience.

As such, I'm not certain precisely how to rate this book - it wasn't particularly helpful for *me*, since the guidance here isn't of the "scientific study" kind that I expected, nor from the perspective of an expert on psychology within blended family relationships. Rather, this book is shaped like something of a "Bible Study" style, with chapters comparing a new step-mom's trials as like Jonah whilst in the belly of the big fish, and with Bible verses sprinkled frequently and liberally about to offer guidance and encouragement.

I think, overall, that if I was a Christian step-mom, I would enjoy this book. The tone is light and encouraging, and for as far as I read - I didn't finish the whole book - there didn't seem to be an excess of blaming or negativity. I do appreciate that the Bible quotes are from more accessible translations - New International Version and New King James Version - which makes the reading much easier. Some of the advice is not 100% what I would agree with, such as the suggestion to vent only to "strangers of the family" (other step-moms) and never to your own mom - I think the reader is the best judge of whether or not their mom can be a good sounding board and still maintain a good relationship with the "other mother", but overall the advice seems very easy-going and ready to be tailored to the individual, which I consider to be a good thing.

I've chosen to give this book 3 stars as a "not my type of book, but still seems pretty good" and post this review to help prospective buyers - at time of writing, I find it difficult to parse from the Amazon market blurb that this is a Christian book for a Christian audience. Hopefully this review will help people with their purchases.

NOTE: This review is based on a free Advance Review Copy of this book provided through NetGalley.

~ Ana Mardoll
Rivik
I love this book. As a Christian step-mother, it's helped me step back and get a different perspective on so many issues. I feel like I can relate directly with the author on many accounts. I like that she uses other mother's stories as well as her own. It helps everyone relate to the same problems from different points of view. This is the book I turn to when I'm about to pull my hair out. I absolutely recommend it for any Christian step-mother. It's real. No smoke, just a real life down to earth, where we live kind of book.
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