In the current pandemic days, negativity and stress can feel incredibly overwhelming. Read some happy goings on in the world with Dr. Gramma Karen’s readers’ “ponies”!
My husband and I have a blended family with three sons and a daughter, ranging in age from 2 to 13. Between my husband’s two married siblings and their four children, plus our four kids, this is a total of eight grandchildren. The problem we need help with has to do with my husband’s mother […]
Relationships with adult children can be tricky, and even more difficult when grandchildren are involved. Check out Dr. Gramma Karen’s thoughts on navigating these tough interactions while building a good relationship with your grandkids.
Politics are always a hot topic, and now more than ever you and your families might be getting into some tough debates. Here is Dr. Gramma Karen’s advice for families having those disagreements.
Last year, one reader wrote to Dr. Gramma Karen about a college decision. Now we have a new update on the situation and Dr. Gramma Karen’s follow-up advice!
I’m having a really hard time with something. My sister Elaine and her man split up when their daughter, Carmella, was four; she is now 12. His mom (Carmella’s grandmother) has stepped in a lot to help with Carmella; I just wish she wouldn’t let Carmella buy whatever she wants. Meanwhile, Elaine — who had some stints traveling, got married and then divorced from a different man, a guy no one liked — has kind of backed off in interacting with Carmella.
I am bothered by the way my 12-year-old granddaughter, Barbara, and her friends dress. They wear skimpy, low-cut tight tops, often exposing their cleavage and tummy area, with equally skimpy, tight shorts. I asked my daughter-in-law what she thought of Barbara’s style of dress, and she said, “What are you going to do? This is […]
Jezra Kaye’s previous column provides great insight for white readers on the issue of race. Here is a look at some of the constructive discussions generated from it!