Some of Us Are Not “So Done With Covid-19” BY KAREN L. RANCOURT, PHD “There aren’t many of us left,” said the masked woman when I, also masked, thanked her

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The incredible impact of stories and media on children BY SYLVIA BINSFELD We live in a media-saturated world. We are kept busy wading through stacks of misinformation and unending dialogue—so

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Discover Wikki Stix with your grandkids this Christmas! If they’re new to you, it will be first-time fun for all of you! If you’ve watched Nemo, Frozen, and Boss Baby

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Heartwarming Gift Ideas For Seniors Older people can be hard to shop for. You can get them pineapples, and they’d still be eternally grateful to you. But you and I

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What will you leave behind? BY CHIP CONLEY “There is nothing inherently ennobling about aging. Nothing. There’s no sign that anything lends old people steadiness or wisdom or magic from

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BY JOSHUA COLEMAN It’s hard to stop trying with your adult child. But sometimes it’s best for everyone. One of the most common questions I receive from parents in my

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GRANDPARENT BRAG ZONE – Rocks and roly-polys BY SUSAN J. DECUIR It was a beautiful June Saturday morning in Carrollton, Texas, and to my delight, my son-in-law, Scot, brought our

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Old, unkempt, confused man holding baby on couch BY CHUCK NYREN I’m sitting, doing nothing. She plops him in my lap. “I’m picking up his sister at pre-school. Goodbye.” She

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30 bits of advice I wish I’d learned earlier BY CHIP CONLEY Learn the difference between learning and memorizing. The former will serve you for a lifetime. The latter erodes

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Mass Torts – Zantac Case Latest Update According to a new court order issued on January 25th, 2022, many cancers that were part of the Zantac case have been removed

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The Technology Gap BY CAROLYN COHEN We arrived at our son and daughter-in-law’s home in rural Connecticut late last night and are now asleep in our five-year-old grandson’s playroom. K

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Dearest Grandchild By: Lucille Cortese  An infinite canvas arrived the day of your birth blank, white, awaiting the artistry of your hands Incorporate the primary colors of your pallet genetics,

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Lemony Shrimp and more BY CHRISTINE CROSBY If you loved the spring tablescape by Pat Burns in the spring issue of GRAND Magazine, you’ll really love this recipe from Delish.com

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BY KERRY BYRNE During a recent meeting with grandparents in The Long Distance Grandparent Society membership program, a new member asked about how to get the parents more engaged in

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Protecting Our Children’s And Grandchildren’s Planet BY PETER G. LURIE, MD In early September of 2021 more than 230 health and medical journals worldwide simultaneously published the same editorial. Its

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How grandparents can stay connected to their grandchildren who are away at college BY KAREN L. RANCOURT  When grandparents are asked about barriers to spending in-person time with their grandchildren,

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How Grandparents Make A Difference For Kids Who Suffer Trauma BY KATHY BRODSKY As children, we’re subjected to our families of origin. We’re born, grow up – that’s our job

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Who doesn’t love dinosaurs?  From Mom and Dad to the 3-year-old, there is something captivating about the historic big beasts.  And what better way to enjoy National Day of Unplugging than with

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DR. KORNHABER: CONNECTING THE GENERATIONS PIONEER The following is from The Life Writer blog. Please click here for the original version: Dr. Kornhaber is our hero. … Seriously. He is

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By Jack Levine Here’s my 20-item Emotional Gift Guide which I hope will be meaningful for you in this season of celebration. To yourself.…respect, confidence, faith and fortitude. To a family

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