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When Faith and Love Mix

Sara

Love is a powerful force and when the heart wants what it wants, it will go for it. This is what can be said of couples who profess different religions. The hurdles these kind of couples undergo are deeper and very complicated but that does not mean that they cannot be worked out.

Lack of support from friends and family: According to sociologist Lynette Clemetson, the relative lack support that inter-cultural couples might receive from friends and family in the initial period of their relationship, can give rise to trust issues between them later which makes the relationship difficult (Clemetson, 2000). Read The Full Post

The Task of Step Parenting

Parenting in itself is a hard task but parents do it lovingly. Now if parenting is tough try being a step parent and it is worse. People just assume that the step parent is always evil but even though some are, the rest have it really hard.

1. "No one tells you that being a stepparent will put your self-esteem to the ultimate test. The kids ignore you, no matter how nice you are to them. The majority of decisions in your life are being dictated by an ex-spouse and society automatically thinks of you as a home wrecker (even though you met your spouse years after his separation) -- how could the situation not mess with your self-esteem? Read The Full Post