Do You Know About Emotional Survival? BY JACK LEVINE When we think of physical survival, we all understand that nutrition, health, activity, safety, and shelter are basic needs. As for
Monday, May 28th is Memorial Day BY JACK LEVINE Monday, May 28th is Memorial Day, our nation’s commemoration of the sacrifices made by those whose lives were lost for the freedoms
BY JERRY WITKOVSKY I don’t want my granddaughters to be #Metoo women; I do want my grandsons to say “me too” to ending sexual harassment and standing up for women.
By Alina Adams My husband and I have a rule for ourselves: We don’t argue with old people. This rule applies primarily to our parents and their friends, but also old people
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By Robin Ganzert, PhD, President, American Humane Association | A service dog named Elle challenges us to not judge others by their appearance and to teach acceptance to our grandkids
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Sharing a glass of chocolate milk seemed harmless. Ruth (age 7) and Carolyn (age 6) handed the cup back and forth, being careful not to spill on their clean clothes.
Do your grandchildren have angry outburst? Here’s how to combat them: 1. What is the pattern? Does the fighting occur mostly when one or both grandkids are cranky from being