The Happy Helpful Grandma Guide

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Meadowbrook Press, Oct 1, 1995 - Grandmothers - 217 pages
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How to Be a Happy, Helpful Grandma You're used to running the show -- calling the shots on everything from nutrition and bedtime to discipline, homework, and social matters. But, you're not the mother anymore -- you're the grandma. You need a special approach in order to play a positive role and enjoy your new status. This book, written with wit and good sense by a mother and grandmother team, provides positive solutions to such generational problems as: how to be a vital part of the family even if you re 3,000 miles away how to overcome the "grandma knows best, but no one ever listens" syndrome how to enjoy conflict-free visits and vacations how to be influential without being a "backseat driver" how to identify and relate to each stage of your grandchild's development how to help your grandchildren deal with divorce how to relate to your in-laws without becoming an outlaw

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Contents

Introduction
1
Becoming a Grandmother
5
Benefits of Being a Grandma
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Copyright

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