Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Last Speech In Memphis, TN Thank you very kindly, my friends. As I listened to Ralph Abernathy and his eloquent and generous introduction and then

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BY DR. KERRY BYRNE If you are lucky enough to be a local grandparent, there are a few practical things you can do to support the long-distance grandparents in your

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May – Mental Health Awareness Month The Biden-Harris Administration is committed to addressing the nation’s behavioral health crises and strengthening mental health of all Americans. As part of President Joe

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The following article comes from VerywellMind.com College and Teen Suicide Statistics By Jackie Burrell Information presented in this article may be triggering to some people. If you are having suicidal

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Poor Widow Me versus Poor Divorced Me BY CAROL SCIBELLI If he hadn’t died, we’d still be married. We never would have been that couple who started out as high

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Trust Rules – 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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Best Bubbe BY EMILY MORGAN In your home, Paula Span might not be a household name, but to her granddaughter, she’s the best “bubbe” in the world. Many might recognize

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The Story of a Legacy of Love BY LORRAINE STEWART Many women are tasked with going through their own parent’s life of accumulated belongings in preparation for a change. The

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Facebook Partnering with St. Petersburg’s Poynter Institute to Launch “MediaWise for Seniors” The Poynter Institute, a world-renowned non-profit journalism school, and research organization have partnered with Facebook to launch the

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The Art Box Academy – A Grand Way To Connect With Your Grandkids By Lauren Dennis-Perelmuter A dear friend of mine in San Francisco called me four years ago and

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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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Airbnb Guru Chip Conley: Reclaiming Elder BY CHIP CONLEY In the past, when people lied about their age, it was often to portray themselves as older than they were. Being

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Christiane Northrup, M.D. – Helping Women Live The Next Exciting Chapter BY CHERYL HARBOUR As a board-certified OB/GYN, Dr. Christiane Northrup has been involved with women during the most important stages

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Living a Life of Purpose: The Fountain of Youth BY BOB AND JUDITH WRIGHT How would you like to live a life of more happiness, more fulfillment, and more joy?

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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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BY JOYCE GILLIS – WHATHAPPENSATGRANDMAS.COM “Halloweenies” defined: quick, easy-to-make decorative bursts of the spooky season! Everybody’s looking for these this time of year because there’s not a moment to spare. Why waste

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Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago Top executives were warned of possible catastrophe from greenhouse effect, then led efforts to block solutions. By Neela

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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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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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