My Dad – In Praise of Nonagenarians By Julie DiBene I was celebrating a birthday with my 91-year-old father recently and it struck me that as a society, we have

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BY SUSAN MORRIS (AKA, YAYA) – A GRAND Reader My father was a Greek. He loved children, he loved his wife, and did the traditional career of many American Greeks

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What I learned about my father when he became Grandpa BY CAROLINE CHIRICHELLA  Dear Dad,  I think it’s fair to say our relationship has never been better…now that we’re 5,000 miles apart. Before you take

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BY DR. JOSUHA COLEMAN DEAR DR. COLEMAN Our daughter married her husband shortly after cutting us off, without any warning like if we didn’t talk or agree to something or

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By Mary J. Breen My father was a man ahead of his time. My mother loved telling the story of the first time she visited his family’s farm in Ontario’s

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Anne Lamott, “the people’s author,”  gets real about being a new grandmother and mothering a teen parent  By Colleen Sell “A grandchild is like a fine jewel set in an

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