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Segment 3 (His, Hers and Theirs) #499789

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 19, 1978
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(Studio) Report on problems in second marriages when both partners have children from previous marriage.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(San Mateo, California) Second marriage for both of Roseanne Viczorek and Al Clavelli, bringing total of children in new family to 5, given as example of potentially troublesome situation. Their home in San Mateo, California, mentioned. [Mrs. CLAVELLI - discusses view of self and husband with regard to potential problems.] [CLAVELLI - Says biggest problem is favoritism. Discusses this.] [Mrs. CLAVELLI - states feelings about favoritism and parents' admitting that it's problem.] Clavelli's meetings with other parents in same situation described; problems group discusses outlined. [MAN - talks of feelings about stepson.] Mrs. CLAVELLI - discusses problems stepparents and children have in loving each other.] [Clavelli CHILDREN - talk of advantages and disadvantages of being stepchildren.] Other details about stepfamilies given.
REPORTER: Betty Rollin

Brinkley, David;
Rollin, Betty

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