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By popular demand, Dr. Kornhaber’s diverse books on grandparenting are now available for download on Kindle. Click below for access to the book list. https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Ddigital-text&field-keywords=arthur kornhaber

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1. She was in the bathroom, putting on her makeup, under the watchful eyes of her young granddaughter, as she’d done many times before. After she applied her lipstick and

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“NonNa,” a new play by Dr. Kornhaber, was staged for the first time in April, 2013 in Ojai, Califiornia for a three-week run. Nona is a must-see  family drama, dealing

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The “Grandparent’s Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders,” by Nancy Mucklow (APC Publishing 2012) is a much needed publication for grandparents to understand the effects of this contemporary plague  on their

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 Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy  signed legislation into law that creates a process by which grandparents may apply for visitation with their grandchildren. Previously, Connecticut grandparents had no clear route through the

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A dear friend, Dr. Charles Hersch, now passed,  sent us the following letter that  profoundly moved him. ” It is one of the most touching, beautiful and spiritual things I

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To learn more about “How Grandparents Can Help in Divorce,” we interviewed a number of children of different ages concerning their feelings about the subject. This article offers you a

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Grandparents, Are You “With It?” By Justin Goodman   (Twelve years old) Has your grandchild ever asked you if you were “with it?” Or if you are “HIP?” Do you even

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“Spoiling” children has traditionally been the privilege of grandparents. Recently however, the market has been  flooded  with a slew of  new books  claiming that the current generation of children are

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Should grandparents live with or near their families? Is three- or four-generational living a joy or a disaster? A Small Room on the Side During our journey across the country

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For interested grandparents, researchers and students, this section contains Historical background about states in which the grandparent laws were struck down, and reasons given. The model Grandparent Visitation law adopted

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No one is perfect, so  grandparents will always make mistakes in dealing with grandchildren and their parents.   Such errors  offer an opportunity for growth and learning. They must be acknowledged,

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Over the years, the Foundation for Grandparenting has received  thousands of  letters from parents asking for suggestions on ways to help foster a meaningful relationship—fostering the “Vital Connection”  between their

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