Elizabeth Mosaidis was featured in the September issue of Ranchers’ Roundup. Elizabeth shared her stepmom story, and discussed her services to support stepfamilies. She also talked about the fun event she coordinated with JesterZ Improv in honor of National Stepfamily Day. You can see her introduction to the show here. Read all about her below!
My father-in-law, Saki, who lives in Greece, came to visit us for 3 weeks this summer. While he was here, he ran an overnight race of 54 kilometers (about 33.55 miles) on Estrella mountain range. Running this distance on a mountain range at night is difficult enough, but this was in June in Phoenix, with
Elizabeth Mosaidis was featured in The East Valley Tribune for her Mother’s Day Project for stepmoms. Read the complete story here.
Stepmoms, do you have difficulty expressing how you feel about being a stepmom? Do you have someone close to you who thinks you’re alone in your stepmom struggles? In my work with stepmoms, I’ve found that nearly 85% of stepmoms feel like they’re alone. They feel like they are the only stepmom who is struggling.
Join Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, best-selling author and relationship therapist, and Elizabeth Mosaidis, author and certified Stepfamily Foundation coach, for a FREE masterclass for stepmoms on October 14th at 1 pm Eastern time. See all the details here: Step Mom Flyer Space is limited! Claim your spot HERE!
Stepmoms, do you struggle with resentment over issues that keep popping up? Or maybe you’re feeling bitter about how your stepchildren treated you in the past? As painful as these experiences might have been, it doesn’t serve you to carry around bitterness, resentment, and anger. Those feelings will weigh you down and affect your emotional
After marriage, most women dream of buying and moving into a house with their new husband. They imagine shopping for home decorations together and making the home theirs. When you’re marrying into a stepfamily, that’s not always the case. Living inside school boundaries and parenting schedules can play a big factor into staying where you
Whenever someone asks about my wedding day, they are usually shocked and ask, “Really? Why did you do that?” Or “What?! How long were you dating?” I get these responses after I mention that I was engaged for 2 ½ weeks before getting married. Let me back up a moment and explain. My husband and