Trust: Don’t Get Fooled Again! BY LINDA K. STROH, PH.D.  I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you                                                                                                    

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Why the unvaccinated live in an alternate universe  BY Dr. Alex Busxko During my final months of residency training in Florida this past spring, I lost count of how many

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I Can Read Comics Help Grandkids Learn To Read As grandparents, it’s important to support the goals of ensuring that our grandchildren are ready for the challenges of life. Reading early

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The Old Woman And Me BY KAREN BARASH Side by side, we walk the slow solicitous stroll of the very old. She wears sensible shoes; vanity no longer pinches her

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Post-Pandemic, Retirees Overwhelmingly Report Purpose as Key to a Successful Retirement, Edward Jones and Age Wave Research Finds Milestone Study Highlights both the Challenges and the Silver Linings from the

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Love: A Time for This is Now Blessing gay marriage and parenting. I’m a Catholic mom with a dear friend, Sarah, who’s also a Catholic mom. We both feel called

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Hey Y’all, It’s Father’s Day. Yee-haw! For many families Mother’s Day celebration generally includes a fancy brunch where endless mimosas are poured. Maybe even champagne! So what is it Dads

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Letter About Stuff Dear Christine, This issue of GRAND really hit home with me.  We all spend a lot of our lives dealing with “Stuff”.  We gather it, we sort

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Stories By Group BY BOB CAIRNS As usual, it started with a nudge from my wife, “Bob, since you published numerous reminiscences about your childhood with Sports Illustrated, don’t you think this

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Never miss a moment with GrandPad At a time when personal contact is more precious than ever, society has turned to technology to stay connected with family and friends. Ironically,

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The Happy Return of Multigenerational Families BY JAIA LENT When Jessica Winn and her husband became pregnant with their first child in suburban Maryland, they knew they would have help.

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Happier days are here again! I feel as though a huge weight has been lifted from my heart. Pollyanna, you say? Maybe. But we have just come through some of

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Helping Grandchildren Through The Pandemic BY REBECCA WHEAT As grandparents, we can be wonderful listeners and validate their feelings.  What were the challenges this year and what were the highlights? 

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Spring, The Season Of Transitions BY JACK LEVINE Tallahassee is where we have called home for 43 years. One of our local town slogans is “Where Spring Begins.”  My wife, Charlotte, and

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What is Love From The Mouths Of Babes BY JACK LEVINE Wishing you and your loved ones well.  As Valentine’s Day approaches, I’m pleased to share this heartfelt message with

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Social Distancing Provides New Ways to Learn BY BRENDA MAHLER Our granddaughters moved in with us at our cabin in the woods. The walls on their house were closing in

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Hey Grandparents! Do You Know About Moover Toys? BY CHRISTINE CROSBY If you’re like me, when I consider making a legacy toy purchase for my grandchildren, I want to know

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I Will Not Let This Relationship Suffer BY KERRY BYRNE, Ph.D. We were at the airport. My father’s face crumpled and so did mine. With his 2-year-old grandchild strapped to

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Guidelines for talking with children about sex BY PAT HANSON, PH.D. It’s never too early or too late to start talking about sex and relationships Sexuality is something we are,

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Happy New Year 2021 Most experts agree that it’s important for people to say farewell to 2020 in a healthy way. They say it’s not only OK to acknowledge all

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