blended family

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blend·ed family

(blĕn′dĭd)
n.
A stepfamily.
Translations
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The text offers useful and insightful advice for therapists and counselors who treat clients in step or blended families.
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Part 2 provides assessment guidelines and management strategies for general issues such as blended families, bereavement, and parental substance abuse.
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Smith sees the concerns of blended families from two perspectives, inside and outside.
Blended families have the same challenges and struggles as any traditional families.
Upheaval in American family life--through divorce, blended families, single-parent families, increasing numbers of children raised by grandparents and other guardians, and children shuttling between separated parents--affects the church's ability to pass on the faith.
In blended families, the sexual tension is sometimes higher.