The Stepmom School


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  1. Introduction to The Stepmom School
  2. Accepting My Reality As A Stepmom
  3. What To Do When He Is Parenting On The Defense
  4. The Stepmom Survival Kit
  5. Only Humans Allowed
  6. Making the Holidays Happy Again
  7. Roles and Respect
  8. When I See What He Doesn’t
  9. Consistency In Caregiving
  10. When the Ex Is A Mess


  1. Intro
  2. Stepmom Rejection
  3. Stepmom Rejection (part 2)
  4. The Power of One
  5. Picking and Choosing
  6. The E is not for Evil
  7. Imperfect Progress
  8. Is This Normal
  9. Rules of Engagement








  1. Intro
  2. Overcoming Sudden Hits
  3. Stepmomming Adult Children In A Technicolored Coat pt. 1
  4. Stepmomming Adult Children In A Technicolored Coat pt. 2
  5. Trying To Get Ahead
  6. For Better or For Worse
  7. The Lessons of Love
  8. Stepmomming Through Parental Alienation pt. 1
  9. Stepmomming Through Parental Alienation pt. 2
  10. Misunderstood Boundaries

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Meet your instructor

Rachel G. Scott

Rachel G. Scott


Rachel G. Scott is a devoted wife, mother, and Ohio native. She is also the author of the upcoming book, Taking the 5 Leaps, which releases March 2024. As founder of the I Can’t Come Down Movement, speaker, and podcast host, she desires to inspire believers to walk in their purpose and assignment as they boldly take leaps of faith. Discover more at RachelGScott.Com.

Read the Stepmom YouVersion

Bible Plan Today

Youversion devotional

Being a stepmother is challenging and can often seem very unrewarding. From one stepmother to another, I understand! That is why I wrote this devotional. I want to walk with you as you learn to unapologetically walk in your assignment as a Stepmother. Your assignment is critical to the life of your stepchildren and in this devotional, we will discuss just what that ‘assignment’ might look like.

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