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Stepmoms sound off on their tough task

Salt Lake Tribune Qualified, bona fide stepmothers stepped up to answer last week’s question: Can stepmothers ever step over the hurdles of their titles? I may be the psychologist, but here are the experts. Lynn Nicholas joined the establishment of her husband and his three teenagers when she was a spry and experienced 60-year-old. But, […]

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It’s time to toss Barbie expectations

Salt Lake Tribune Have you ever been judged unfairly because of your weight? It was probably blind date No. 52, but there was something different about this one. I kind of liked him! He was educated, fun-loving, and living his career dream. So I was rather disappointed when his phone calls were sporadic and interest […]

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Best move might not be divorce

Salt Lake Tribune Is there such a thing as a good divorce? Much has been written lately about “the good divorce,” but does such a thing really exist? It appears that this softened talk about divorce is alive and well in our society. Guilty, heartbroken parents worry about their children. And, well-meaning professionals are there […]

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