This is probably the last book of its kind I’m going to read for awhile. Not that it was bad; in fact, it was really pretty good. I’m just ready for a break.
What interested me most was that Barbara LeBey is not just a step-mother but is also a lawyer and former judge. Yet doesn’t back down when talking about how messed up our court systems are when it comes to custody, child support, and step-families.
The book contains a lot of practical advice interspersed with real-life vignettes.
Probably one of the best books I’ve read on the topic.
And I’m still working on changing what I can and accepting what I can’t change. :)