Blended families: children’s feelings
"How your child feels about life in a blended family can depend on how old your child is, how long you’ve been separated, how much it changes your child’s life, and what else is going on in her life – for example, at school.
How well your child knows her new step-parent can play a role, as can your child’s other parent’s attitude to the changes, and your child’s personality.
It’s normal for children and young people living in blended families to have lots of different feelings, and to feel different things at different times."
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