A reader asks Dr. Gramma Karen for advice about being a stepparent and becoming a part of a new family.
A reader checks back in to share how the advice she received more than a year ago from Dr. Gramma Karen helped solve her problem.
On the tenth anniversary of her column, Dr. Gramma Karen reflects on how her column came to be and her main advice for grandparents and parents.
Dr. Gramma Karen tackles the problem of what to do when one grandparent is a baby hog, leaving little baby time for the other grandparents.
Dear Dr. Gramma Karen, I have concerns about my stepson’s cognitive awareness and abilities. Michael, who is three and a half years old, favors certain toys (hot wheels, spinning/flicking wheels), he rocks back and forth throughout the day, and we have a hard time getting him to eat, especially meat and grains. He runs on […]
In this column, Dr. Gramma Karen responds to a grandmother who has cut off from her granddaughter. She was always close with her son and struggles to understand why he has disengaged from her over the past years.
Read Dr. Gramma Karen’s response to comments on her recent article from last month about excluding a grandmother from a family trip to Disney.