The positive role step-parents can play in children's lives, according to psychologist

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Stepparenting doesn't have to be a doomed relationship.
Stepparenting doesn't have to be a doomed relationship.
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Sometimes a random comment or question touches on a subject that means a lot to lot of people.

This was the case when a Twitter user posed the question, “Are you matured enough to be stepparent?”

There were many responses, including one from DJ and presenter Lamiez Holworthy, who was keen to acknowledge the positive impact her late stepfather had on her life.

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