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Stepdadding is a Top-5 Site

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South Lake Tahoe, CA 6/9/2014: The stepdad resource site Stepdadding.com has been added to VoiceBoks.com’s list of top step-

Stacey James Wheeler
Stacey James Wheeler

parenting sites. The site joined 49 other blogs and websites to receive the top-fifty honor and was voted to the #2 spot in the list. VoiceBoks -a parenting resource site- nominates websites in several categories each year and allows the public to voice their opinion on which they like the most. The voting for the best step-parenting site lasted 30 days and closed on June 8th.

Stacey James Wheeler, the founder of the stepdadding.com and is excited about the nomination. “Our readers tell us how much they love the sight and the information we share. But we don’t spend much money promoting it. Most people who visit the site are directed there by other readers, so I’m fired up when we get this kind of attention.”

Wheeler is the author of The Stepdad’s Guide, Resolving Family Conflict, says he launched the site to help other step-dads overcome the challenges he says usually come with the job. “I want to help men and their families struggle less and succeed more” says Wheeler. “There are more remarried single moms than ever before. Stepdads face unique challenges. The need for tools and info is more in demand but access to the information didn’t get better. So I decided to launch Stepdadding.com. It’s important for men to be well-equipped for the job. The site is meant to give these dads a better chance at success.”

The final results of the poll can be viewed at VoiceBoks.com. Links to the other top-50 sites are listed there.


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