With the current and much-needed focus on race, it can be hard to recognize your own position of privilege. Dr. Gramma Karen turns to Jezra Kaye for some enlightening insight and eye-opening resources on race and white privilege.
Our daughter in-law (DIL) has two kids, ages three and one. Two years ago they moved six hours away, and since our DIL has no means to come visit us, we go to see them. Now that our grandson Bryce is three, we feel he is old enough for us to come pick up him […]
Dear Dr. Gramma Karen,
Our daughter Joan married Donald ten years ago. We all knew there was something off about him; he is very controlling and very insecure. Before they got married, my husband, who is a police officer, let her know how much we love her, and talked to her about our concerns about her marrying him. She went ahead and married him.
You asked and she’s here to answer! Dr. Gramma Karen is back with responses to readers’ questions regarding kids and how video games are actually beneficial for them!
There is a lot of confusion and uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 in the news today. Here are Dr. Gramma Karen’s thoughts on ventilators and the importance of healthy discussions in this tumultuous time.
I am devastated. My dad has just been diagnosed with a serious case of prostate cancer. He is 70, but has always had excellent health and the vibrancy of a much younger man. I am a single mom with two children. My elder child, almost 18, is in his last year of high school and […]
The current situation we are all facing is understandably very stressful. Here are some great tips on how to manage your stress during this tough time.
Having a relationship with your family while your beliefs are in stark contrast to theirs can be incredibly dividing. Here are some points to think about when having familial conflicts based on differing opinions.