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Agreeing With Your Child

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Okay, Ron, I'm the biological dad and I agree that I should make my wife, my kid's stepmom, a high priority in our home. But does that mean I always have to agree with her?

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Okay, Ron, I’m the biological dad and I agree that I should make my wife, my kid’s stepmom, a high priority in our home. But does that mean I always have to agree with her?

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Agreeing With Your Child

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Ron: Okay, Ron, I’m the biological dad and I agree that I should make my wife, my kid’s stepmom, a high priority in our home. But does that mean I always have to agree with her?

Announcer: For FamilyLife Blended®, here’s Ron Deal.

Ron: No, it doesn’t. Finding unity as a parenting team is really important especially when it comes to setting boundaries and standards for your home. But there are some negotiations that every family faces that aren’t mountains to die on.

Like deciding which TV show to watch. Sometimes you’ll agree with your kids and it’s okay. What you don’t want is a pattern of ending up at odds with your spouse around things that really matter. If you find yourself today repeatedly falling into that hole climb out quick or the jealousy and insecurity will just get worse. For FamilyLife Blended I’m Ron Deal.

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