The key to successful parent-grandparent relationships in two words BY KAREN L. RANCOURT As my friend was recently introducing me to a friend of hers, she mentioned to him that

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Sesame Workshop helps kids face parental addiction In the United States, there are 5.7 million children under age 11, or one in eight children, living in households with a parent

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What DOES Love Mean? This is from a post I found. A group of 4 to 8-year-old children were asked the question, “What does love mean?” Below are their answers.

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Do Something Grand: 7 reasons to Celebrate National Grandparents Day By Sharon Schweitzer Photo taken from Pixabay National Grandparents Day was initiated at the grassroots level by West Virginian Marian

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How to Read the Clues to Our Grandchildren  BY JERRY WITKOVSKY When Kaitlyn sat on the couch, seemingly uninterested in anything around her, “that was a surefire sign that she

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The Ever-Blossoming Independence of Infants BY  CHERYL HARBOUR When your grandbaby is so new, it may seem way too early to start talking about independence, but helping a child feel

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Here’s How To Keep Your Grandchild From Drowning In Your Pool Pool Safety: Before Your Next Dip Consider Our Safety Tips Summer is here and it’s fun in the water

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BY RON WOLF After losing my granddad last year, it was hard for me to face life as it is since he was the person who influenced my life in

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Sharing My GRAND Story We recently asked GRAND readers to share their stories with us. Here is another special one! Marsha L. Szczerba This was a special gift to me for my Birthday,

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Sharing My Story We recently asked GRAND readers to share their stories with us. Here are some of the responses. BETTIANNE FORD It’s always hard to stay engaged with tween and

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Florida Grandparents Fighting For The Right To See Their Grandchildren By Amanda  AGA, Inc. President/Founder Alienated Grandparent Anonymous This Friday, January 19th, CRC Proposal #64 is scheduled to be heard between

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Helping Grandchildren Who Have Experienced Trauma By Jaia Peterson Lent “One thing I have noticed is that most people go to grandma’s house and get spoiled, but for me, it

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Should your grandchild play in the mud? Yes, of course they should, but today’s kids may not be getting that opportunity Here’s a pic of my ever so sweet, delicate,

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Is your grand too busy to connect? BY JERRY WITKOVSKY I was talking to a good friend the other day. I could tell she was a little down and asked

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25 Things to Say To Your Grandchildren 1. I love you! There is nothing that will make me stop loving you. Nothing you could do or say or think will

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Name withheld by request As a grandparent to three lively boys whose Mommy is dealing with MCTD, the challenges are great! She underwent Stem Cell treatment last year, in hopes of

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Plan Five! By Harvey Blumenthal In 1972, when Billy, our four-year-old son, used an ink pen to aimlessly draw on the carpet while watching cartoons on TV, I spanked him,

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If you can keep your head when all about you… Unless you are a non-reader (I actually know of someone in the public eye who brags about never reading books)

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Please enjoy this story of a grandpa as he helps his grandson learn an important lesson. By Harvey Blumenthal July, 2001, just two months before that calamitous event on 9/11

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Every Child Needs A Family BY JAIA PETERSON LENT For the majority of children in the U.S. gifts and family may seem almost synonymous with the holidays. But for the

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