Meet the Smiths, a typical American family. Just married, John and Mary have four children. Sally 14, Joe, 15, are John’s. David, 10, and Makenzie, 12, are Mary’s.
This new American family is a blend of mine, yours, and ours—brought to you by a significant divorce rate and a high remarriage rate. This hybrid is competing with the conventional “Ozzie and Harriet” family of yesteryear.
The natural life history of divorce and remarriage brings about new facts of family life. From the rubble of marital dissolution raises the single-parent family, often headed... Read More