New Journal for Stepmoms Gives You a Voice

Being a stepmother can be a mixed blessing.  Sometimes it's challenging, frustrating, and stressful. Other times it's full of cherished memories.

The Journal for Stepmoms, written specifically for stepmothers and stepmoms-to-be, is your very own oasis for thinking and reflecting while learning valuable information and supportive insights from top remarriage and stepfamily experts.

  • planning
  • relationships
  • weddings and celebrations
  • self-growth
  • support
  • travel and recreation
  • education
  • health
  • home life
  • holidays

Many counselors recommend journaling as a valuable tool for personal development — to help you figure out your emotions, express your feelings, and work through problems. Plus, recording your observations and experiences may be good for your body too, say some experts. Let’s face it: Sometimes you simply need a healthy way to de-stress.

When you revisit your past journal entries, you may realize how much you’ve grown as a person — an exhilarating and motivating experience. The Journal for Stepmoms aims to provide you with hope, inspiration, and the realization that, as a stepmom, you aren’t alone. It provides the support you need as you travel down the stepmom path.

No matter where you are in your remarriage, the tips, ideas, resources, and support from the remarriage and stepfamily experts provided in this journal may help smooth out the rough spots along your stepfamily journey. Pick and try what you think will work best for you!

The Journal for Stepmoms is the perfect companion on your remarriage journey!

What Readers Are Saying

“Bonnie Welch, in a gentle but real — and sometimes humorous — way, helps to take the ‘step’ and fear out of being a stepparent and provides a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the past and present and proactively create a healthy future. This is a lovely journal to purchase as a holiday, Mother’s Day, or birthday gift!”

“Bonnie Welch’s appealing and practical Journal for Stepmoms encourages stepmothers to record their personal journeys on the stepparenting superhighway, encountering useful quotes by a coterie of stepfamily voices along the way, and cheered on by the indomitable Welch herself. It is an invaluable self-awareness tool.”


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