Do you hate it when your husband’s difficult ex asks for something and your husband jumps on the yes wagon? Or, even worse, when she wants something seemingly unreasonable – and even though you can tell from a mile away that he’ll regret it – he still complies? You’re probably wondering, why on earth is […]
About Jenna Korf
Jenna Korf is the owner of StepmomHelp. and founder and CEO of Stepmomz, the first mobile app for stepmoms. She's a certified stepfamily coach and relationship coach and co-author of the book Skirts at War: Beyond Divorced Mom/Stepmom Conflict. Jenna has been working with stepmoms for over a decade, through one on one coaching, online courses and in-person retreats, and she offers a Stepparent Coach Certification program for coaches and therapists. You can follow her along on FB and IG and you can find her helping stepmoms inside the Stepmomz app.
Entries by Jenna Korf
It is easy to be a loving, supportive and kind partner when you are comfortable with how things are going. It’s easy to feel safe and secure when your partner is making parenting decisions that are in alignment with your values. But how supportive are you when he makes a decision with which you don’t agree? Do […]
There are many stepparents struggling to fit in and find peace in their families, not because they don’t get along with their stepchildren, but because they’re introverts in a family of extroverts. And introverts and extroverts often have conflicting ways of being in the world. According to Psychology Today, introversion is a personality trait defined as […]
Jenna Korf provides 11 reasons why your spouse’s ex-wife may not think too fondly of you.
Jenna Korf discusses 8 truths that aim to dispel common misconceptions that divorced moms have about stepmoms and their role in their children’s lives.
Jenna Korf opens up about her journey with her husband’s ex wife and shares what she has learned so far.
Jenna Korf provides stepparents with tips on how they can work towards cultivating a better relationship with their stepchild.
Let’s face it, even in the best of circumstances, kids are not easy to be around 100 percent of the time. Even biological parents need a break from their children once in a while, so it’s normal (although not quite acceptable by society) for stepparents to need a break from kids who aren’t theirs. Some kids […]
I couldn’t have imagined that 3 years after marrying my husband who had 50/50 custody, we’d be moving 3000 miles away, gaining full physical custody of both boys (then 14 and 17), while mom stayed put. Nope, I did not see that one coming. The thing with stepfamily life is you never know what’s going […]