The parent-grandparent relationship is a tricky one. Read along as Dr. Gramma Karen investigates her own advice to discover the two-word key for healthy relationships for both parents and grandparents.
I have not seen my grandkids for ten months. My son-in-law teases me, scolds me, and even assaulted me once by jerking an iPad from my hands. I emailed my daughter about it and she doesn’t believe me. He does it when she is not looking. My daughter ignores my emails. I am worried because […]
Dr. Gramma Karen interviews Professor Chiara about media literacy, and how to develop yours!
Dear Gramma Karen, My husband, Ron, and I have a son and a daughter, Marge, who is four, and Brett, who is six. Ron’s parents, my in-laws, are wonderful grandparents and love spending time with Marge and Brett, often having them for sleepovers. When my in-laws were raising Ron, there wasn’t much emphasis on religion. […]
Check out more of Dr. Gramma Karen’s thoughts on in-law relationship stuggles!
Joy seems like an almost foreign concept during this pandemic. Dr. Gramma Karen invites Mary O’Connor to share how we can still find joy during the holiday season.
There’s always trouble with the in-laws, but what do you do with relationships when there’s a new baby on the way? Dr. Gramma Karen has all the advice you need to deal with these tough family conflicts.
It can be very awkward dealing with in-laws or other relatives when it comes to their wanting to help take care of your baby. First and foremost you are the baby’s mother and if you don’t feel comfortable leaving her with your in-laws then you should not.