Do I belong here? Am I good enough to be here? Do I deserve to be here? You may have asked yourself these questions the first time you attended a Parent/Teacher conference. Or the first time you helped out at Girl Scouts. Or when you met all the soccer team parents. Maybe you felt like
We’re excited to announce that The Stepmom Project has been named one of the Best Stepmom Blogs of 2020 by Healthline! We are honored to be part of the quality resources available to stepmoms. Read the article to find out about all of the avenues for stepmom support and community. One of the best things
Stepmoms often ask me about my recommendations for the best books for stepmom support. My first reaction is to tell them I think it’s great that they are reaching out and being proactive about finding support. It’s better to start looking for resources in the beginning instead of waiting until you’re really struggling. Regardless, one
Elizabeth Mosaidis was featured in the Most Inspiring Stories section of Voyage Phoenix Magazine. She shared her story of how she started The Stepmom Project. Read the complete story here!
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.