The traditional depiction of family includes a father, a mother, and children interwoven together by biological roots. Often roots unravel, and reform to survive in new conditions. In Blended Families, this insightful memoir takes a compelling look at how the impact of broken familial structures and relationships affect the emotional and psychological wellness of children. Children seldom get to express how their parent’s broken and new-formed relationships bring challenges to their lives. The parents, who are the anchoring roots, replant firmly into the ground, but their decisions affect how the flower ultimately grows.