Stepfamily Math: Can You Read the Stepfamily Dynamics?

stepfamily, divorce, remarriage

Does One plus One = Two in a Stepfamily?

Stepfamily Math

I always thought that we could tell our stepfamily’s story by using mathematical symbols. By using mathematical symbols, we can see our story a different way.  See if you can interpret the story.

BM + DH = SK
SK = SD + SS

DH – BM = Divorce
Divorce = (DH + SK) + (BM + SK)
DH + SK = 1
BM + SK = 1

SM = Nice person

DH + SM = 1
DH + SM + SK = 1
SM BM
BM=BM>SM
SM=SM BM

BM = (DH + SM) < BM

DH + SM + SK < BM + SK
BM = (DH)($) = SK
BM = (DH)($) (SM) = (0)(SK)
BM = + $$$
BM = SM ($&!#)
SM = BM ($&!#)

SK = DH + BM = 1 = @ infinity
SK = DH + BM DH + SM
SK = ({>) BM
SK = ({>) DH
SK = ({>) SM

BM = ({>) SK
DH = ({>) SK
SM = ({>) SK

SM = ({>) BM + DH
DH = ({>) BM + SM
BM = ({>) DH + SM

The math tells a story.

Key:

∴ is therefore
{> is love, heart
= means either the word, ‘thinks’ or ‘equals’
SM is stepmother
BM is bio mother
DH is dear husband
SK are stepkids
SD is stepdaughter
SS is stepson
 

 

2 Responses to Stepfamily Math: Can You Read the Stepfamily Dynamics?

  1. Gabby says:

    I really enjoyed this post, it’s very clever :)
    I’m here to share about an app your readers might be interested in. It’s called Zepeel (www.zepeel.com) and we just launched a new version that is female-focused. We have a ladies’ relationship advice blog too: http://www.zepeel.blogspot.com . It’s a fun read! Thanks and keep up the great blog posts :)

  2. that was hilarious but also sad, very clever post and blog!

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