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Is Coaching right for me?

If you answer yes to any of the questions below then coaching will help you.

  You feel frustrated, aggravated, annoyed, or angry about your stepfamily, and don’t have
appropriate outlets to deal with these negative feelings.
  You feel insecure about your place in the stepfamily. You feel like an outsider in your own
home despite concerted attempts to bond with your stepchildren.
  You are constantly tired, and don’t have enough time to take care of yourself.
  You are unable to talk to your partner about his children without having a fight.
  You avoid discussing certain topics with your partner’s parents, children, or ex-wife
because you don’t want to look bad in front of them.
  You don’t have input into decisions about how money is spent in your stepfamily;
your feelings and attitudes about money are not considered by your partner.
  You have issues with the custodial arrangements for your stepchildren, and do not
have any input about their schedules.
  You are not allowed to discipline your stepchildren, and are expected to tolerate misbehavior.
  You feel that you take care of the needs of your stepchildren more than your partner or his ex-wife.
  You don’t feel you receive the love, respect, and attention you deserve; your needs are rarely considered.
  You sometimes wonder if you made a terrible mistake getting involved with, or married to, your partner.
  You feel trapped in your current circumstances.