By Karen L. Rancourt, Ph.D.  (AKA – Ask Grandma Karen) As a parent or grandparent, you cannot escape making the to-watch or not-to-watch decision about 13 Reasons Why, the Netflix

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Sex Education in the Digital Age We all know that generally, it’s the parent’s job to have “the talk” with their children, but what if they don’t, won’t, can’t for

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The teens of summer By Susan Adcox Grandparents everywhere look forward to summer because it means that they’ll have more time with the grandchildren. Unless their grandchildren are teenagers. During summer

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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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By Sharon Miller Cindrich  |  If you want to stay plugged-in to your grandkids via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram — and not embarrass or annoy them into unfriend-ing you —  follow

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By Lynn Keehan, Ph.D Diagnoses of ADD/ADHD has dramatically increased in recent years, and now many doctors are not only prescribing the usual drugs (Adderall, Concerta, Ritalin, Strattera), but have

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Multi-Generational Travel: It’s All the Rage with Today’s Grandparents     In 2011, 37% of all grandparents who travelled took trips with their grandchildren. Often, the whole family goes: grandparents,

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Looking for arts and crafts projects to do with your grandchildren?  You’ll find thousands of fun ideas at these crafting sites and blogs for toddlers to teens   StitchwerxDesigns.com The

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CBS targets Teen Girls With Victoria’s Secret Special By Tim Winter – President of Parents Television Network While other networks are showing How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Frosty the Snowman, and other holiday

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Teenage prostitution is on the rise…and experts say increased media portrayals of girls as sex objects are partly to blame. In its investigative news story “Stones in the Backpack,” NBC

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Sunday night, the Disney-owned ABC network opened its broadcast of the 2011 Billboard Music Awards (8:00 p.m. ET) with a sexually explicit performance of the song “S&M” – while rating

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