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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Take the Stress Out of Gift-Giving Dear Dr. Gramma Karen, I want to suggest you to do a column on gift-giving. I ask because I listen to people at work

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We grandparents know that money doesn’t grow on trees (as my father used to tell us kids) and we want to be able to help our grandkids with their college

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Where Would You Want To Live And Raise Your Family? Whether you are looking for a place to live or voting for a mayor, the numbers tell the story of

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10 ways to be more soul selfish every day BY JANE WYKER The word selfish has a bad rap. It brings to mind going for what you want without considering

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  George Carlin’s Views on Aging – Submitted by Charlie Palmer – Lake Mary, Florida (If you have a fun quote/story/inspiration you’d like to share, please send to us at editor@grandmagazine.com).

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Tips to Celebrate Martin Luther King Day: By Lisa Tomasi, President and CEO YouGiveGood Featured photo:  Rev. Martin Luther King waves to the crowd at the March on Washington, August 28,

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We all have holiday dreams. Mental pictures of the perfect gathering probably include delicious food, classy decorations, gifts that make our children and grandchildren exclaim with joy, and time to

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Jewish people around the world will celebrate Yom Kippur this week. What is Yom Kippur? Yom Kippur falls on the tenth day of Tishrei, the seventh Jewish month, and is

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Confitex, the world’s first, non-disposable, stylish incontinence underwear is set to be a game-changer for the one-in-three women that suffer from bladder leakage. Until now, women had to make do

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Against Childhood Obesity, Fighting Fat In Kids  One potato, two potato, three potato, four. Kids won’t live as long as their parents did before. This lighthearted chant conveys a serious

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By Karen L. Rancourt, PhD  |  Next time you feel compelled to give a little parenting advice to your adult child or her/his spouse, remembering three little words can make

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Recently, GRAND Magazine had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Rick Phillips, Ph.D. founder of The Digital Middle Age.     GRANDMagazine:  Dr. Phillips please tell us about The Digital Middle Age.

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My GRANDbaby: Summer In Full Bloom BY CHERYL HARBOUR What a great time to be alive! Babies experiencing spring and summer for the first time are lucky, indeed, because the

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2016 Best Books for New Grandparents To help us make our selections for this year’s recognition of the 13 Best Books for New Grandparents, we asked fellow members of the

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You Can Do More Than Pray for Orlando A host of organizations have stepped up to help following the mass shooting on Sunday morning, in which a gunman killed 49

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Learning to Learn By Linda  Schumacher They were two physically tiring, emotionally blessing weeks this summer My tech savvy 10 year old granddaughter lived in our spare bedroom Her Ipad and

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By Judith Orloff, MD Emotional vampires–people who sap our energy and leave us feeling overwhelmed, depressed, defensive, angry, or wiped out–are lurking everywhere. Emotional vampires wear many different disguises. They

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By Shela Deen  |  To help avoid misunderstandings, hurt feelings, and conflict, tune in and respond to your spouse’s emotions rather than his or her words  |   Relationships would

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By Susan Hoffman  |  What can and should you do when a parent wages emotional warfare and your grandchild is caught in the line of fire |    Dear Susan:

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