Editor’s Note: From Oye! Times, we found this nice reminder of the importance of having grandparents in the lives of your children.
Written by Aaliya Imtiaz
Grandparents are the head of family and have a unique association with their grandchildren. Grandparents are the companions of grand children as they love to spend time [...]
by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue)
Victim thinking is a learned trait. It usually starts in childhood, but it can easily continue on and become a habit even if there is no reason for it. Dealing with this will not only help you, but give you tools to help your grandchildren overcome this same unhealthy way [...]
By Jack Levine
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, let’s remember that the holiday’s name is a compound word – Thanks and Giving.
Each of us has much to be thankful for – our lives, families, friendships, and hopefully, work that fulfills us. Thanking those who we love, admire, depend upon, and have work relationships with is [...]
By Kathryn and Allan Zullo
When we learned we were going to be grandparents for the first time, we experienced a slight moment of panic. What did we really know about being grandparents? It was in the fall of 1995. We were active fortysomethings — nothing like the stereotypical gray-haired grandmas and grandpas who sat [...]
Although GRAND guest writer Christopher Gildemeister’s (Parents TV Council) review of the recently released film The Way was eloquently and accurately written, my review will highlight a few other germane details about the film, the most important of which are its unmistakable inspiration and its motivation. The experience depicted in this film — the [...]