Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You

Tips for Navigating The Blended Family

April 18, 2024 Attorney Billie Tarascio Season 4 Episode 1
Tips for Navigating The Blended Family
Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You
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Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You
Tips for Navigating The Blended Family
Apr 18, 2024 Season 4 Episode 1
Attorney Billie Tarascio

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Mixing up two families is no small task. Why are some people good at it, and others not so much?

In this episode of the Modern Divorce podcast with host Billie Tarascio, we’re cutting through the sugar-coated advice and serving up some honest wisdom with Lori and Dave Sims of Nacho Kids They’ve mastered the art of blending—not in the kitchen, but in life.

🎧 Listening highlights:

  • Strategies to turn tension into togetherness that are realistic, not fairytale.
  • The 'nacho' method that could be the key ingredient you’re missing.
  • Stories from the Sims' own kitchen table proving that happiness in a stepfamily is not just an ideal, it's achievable.

Forget about the Brady Bunch: The Sims family talks in reality, and the struggles they had developing a method that worked.

You can find out more at NachoKids.com and at NachoKidsAcademy.com.

Show Notes

Send us a Text Message.

Mixing up two families is no small task. Why are some people good at it, and others not so much?

In this episode of the Modern Divorce podcast with host Billie Tarascio, we’re cutting through the sugar-coated advice and serving up some honest wisdom with Lori and Dave Sims of Nacho Kids They’ve mastered the art of blending—not in the kitchen, but in life.

🎧 Listening highlights:

  • Strategies to turn tension into togetherness that are realistic, not fairytale.
  • The 'nacho' method that could be the key ingredient you’re missing.
  • Stories from the Sims' own kitchen table proving that happiness in a stepfamily is not just an ideal, it's achievable.

Forget about the Brady Bunch: The Sims family talks in reality, and the struggles they had developing a method that worked.

You can find out more at NachoKids.com and at NachoKidsAcademy.com.