CHOOSING A STEP-PARENT, WISELY AND UNSELFISHLY: The Reality of What May Very Likely Have Life-Long Ramifications On One’s Children – By Adina Kutnicki

Adina Kutnicki

StepMom Magazine: Inside the May 2017 issue. Family Support, Step Kids, I Love Reading, Mom Advice, Mom Quotes, Parenting, Articles, Magazine, Feelings

WHEREAS the main expertise within this site concentrates on national security issues within America and Israel, most prominently, militant Islamic jihad and its western knock-on effects, every now and again a deviation comes along….just because. This is one of those times.

ALAS, as one who is, more or less, laser-focused on #stopthesteal, let’s take a pause and veer into a totally non-political sphere, that is, the traditional family. Indeed, few within the realm of normalcy would argue against the absolute primacy of the family — as per the health and welfare of a society, wherever one may be.

IN this regard, be it through divorce or widowhood, tragically, many parents with young children are left to raise their precious charge(s) on their own. In reality, many hope for a “suitable” partner to come along and complete the family unit. This is all well and good. On the other…

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