Home For the Holidays? Whose Home?

Diamond, Michele
December 2000
SAA Families;Winter2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, pA
Focuses on the holiday celebrations of single parent families and stepfamilies. Description of the holidays; Reflection of divorced and stepfamilies; Schedule for an alternating holiday.


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