In this lesson, we discuss what it looks like to put our feelings to the side in light of the child that we share. What would life be like if you didn’t allow your feelings to get the best of you? How much more would it benefit in making your blended family work?
What would make one parent think that their child’s other parent isn’t fit to be a parent? At least not their child’s parents.
The most important character trait one can develop to ensure they’re fighting the right fight in making their family work is discipline. Not just any type of discipline but the discipline of consistency.
Church would have to be the most convenient, yet easiest place to go get help and it’s free. In this lesson, we talk about how church can be a big help in making the blended family work.
This lesson is the introduction to what we’re calling “Fighting the Wrong Enemy”. In it, one will find four keys to help turn a fight from the wrong enemy to the right enemy when it comes to making a blended family work.