In her new book, Ask Dr. Gramma Karen, advice columnist Karen Rancourt offers help for dealing with the thorny issues that come up between young parents and grandparents.
The Life Organizer by Jennifer Louden is a feminine, heart-based approach to life planning that allows for chaos and interruption without needing to know the “big picture.”
Stephanie Brown has identified an addiction that has taken hold of our culture–the desire for “speed” as the path to happiness. She gives us guidelines for slowing down.
Rachel Macy Stafford had a disease, which she diagnosed herself: The Disease of Distraction. In Hands Free Mama, she shares the cost of that distraction and how to cure it.
Grandparents play an important role in teaching grandchildren social skills, according to a recent study. How do we teach etiquette in a way that’s fun but not preachy?
Why are we so hard on ourselves instead of having high self-esteem like our young grandchildren? We need to realize that our Inner Critic is a Big Fat Liar.
If you’ve dreamed of playing an instrument or becoming a writer or artist, there’s a higher likelihood of it happening in your sixties than any other time in your life, according to Francine Toder.
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