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The New Face of Grandparenting... Why Parents Need Their Own Parents

by Don Schmitz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 097417100X, Paperback)

Emphasizing the essential role grandparents can play in raising their grandchildren, this guide to building a strong grandchild–grandparent relationship offers caring insights and practical advice for defining this important relationship. Exercises for nurturing the bond between grandparents and grandchildren, including how parents and grandparents can effectively cope with disagreements about discipline, how to appropriately make suggestions, and a grandparent's role during divorce are provided. Advice for passing on family traditions through storytelling and music is included.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:03:29 -0400)

Shows what a precious resource and touch-stone grandparents can be.

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