Behavioral Definitions

1. Breakup of the nuclear family has resulted in feelings of sadness, grief, guilt, fear, and confusion.

2. Creation of the blended family unit results in significantly altered roles and responsibilities of all family members that are vague and poorly defined.

3. Spouses differ in their approach to their own and the other's children and do not assume equal responsibility for discipline and childcare.

4. Legal, emotional, and financial conflict with former spouses impacts the family's ability to form a self-directed cohesive unit.

5. Custody and visitation arrangements interfere with the family's activities and create feelings of divided loyalty.

6. Conflict or inappropriate relationships among the stepsiblings living together in the blended family.

7. Stepparents and the stepchildren view one another as obstacles or competition to intimate relationships with their spouse or natural parents.

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