A new study suggests that children in a blended family are more accepting of a stepfather than of a stepmother. A panel talks about the dynamics of blended families and the special stresses placed upon them.

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  • Gina DeLeonardis clinical psychologist
  • Burke Mealy clinical pyschologist
  • Constance Ahrons Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University

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