SMOMS on Star Jones
Watch Cathryn Bond Doyle on Star Jones--Air Date 8/31/2007
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The following is the opening 2 minutes of a live talk
show aired on December 19,2002 @ 6:30-7pm, where Founder of SMOMS, Cathryn
Bond Doyle, was interviewed
by Mary Amoroso, Host of Comcast's CN8's Nightly show "Real Life with
Mary Amoroso." This is the second time Cathryn has been their guest and
the topic of this show was tactics for dealing with Stepfamily holiday stress.
The Producers of "Real Life" have asked Cathryn back for another
show in the Spring of 2003.
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Please note: This may take a few minutes, depending on your computer and line speeds. We hope watching this will give you a chance to "Meet Cathryn" and will inspire you to become part of our mission...Helping Stepmoms thrive in this complex and challenging role.
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SMOMS in the NEWS
SMOMS has piqued the interest of the media. Not only has SMOMS been on TV, but there have been several articles written about SMOMS. Here you will find some of what has been written about us. Keep checking this section for updates.
|Return of the STEPMOMS
In Medford, they're trying to make old fairy tales go away
by Sally Friedman
One night, Jeannie Kelly went in to say goodnight to one of her fiance' Tim's three daughters from his former marriage. It felt like a tender moment with Megan, then about five.
And as Jeannie leaned over to kiss the little girl's cheek, Megan hauled off and slapped her in the face. So much for tenderness... (continue reading this article)
Support for the "other mother"
Everyone would adjust and get along wonderfully, spending countless hours bonding, sharing stories around the dinner table and taking family vacations.
Flash to reality. Enter Biological Mother. (continue reading this article)