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  • Grandma, granny, nana, or mimi; there are many names that can be applied to the family matriarch. Sometimes the title is chosen because of language or cultural norm, or it is a selection made by a grandchild who is not yet able to voice the traditional title so the name is shortened.

    The Names We Call Our Grandma

    The Names We Call Our Grandma

    by Lorelei Cohen4

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  • What do parents do when their child goes through a divorce? What about the grandchildren, if there are any? What is the role of the parent or grandparent in the changing family landscape?

    What to Do When Your Child Divorces

    What to Do When Your Child Divorces

    by Susan1

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  • Working on your family history seems like a never-ending task. Setting some goals and spreading it out over five years makes it less overwhelming.

    My Five-Year Genealogy Goals

    My Five-Year Genealogy Goals

    by Virginia Allain3

  • Now that you've welcomed your baby home, you've also welcomed a whole new version of your in-laws: grandma and grandpa. With new grandparents comes uncharted territory for all involved. Let's figure out how we can get through it together.

    Dealing With Your In-Laws After Having a Baby

    Dealing With Your In-Laws After Having a Baby

    by J Briceno2

  • When becoming a mother for the first time, I started having flashbacks to my painful childhood. Then, when my son was diagnosed with autism and my mother reacted with coldness and anger, I had to finally face the truth; I had grown up with an emotionally absent mother. This is how I began to heal.

    5 Ways to Heal the Hurt From an Emotionally Absent Mother

    5 Ways to Heal the Hurt From an Emotionally Absent Mother

    by McKenna Meyers30

  • One in every three women see themselves as fatherless. Whether your dad was lost to you through death, divorce, addiction, or neglect, you struggle because of it and need to deal with your hurt. If you don't, you may struggle with low self-esteem, eating disorders, and destructive relationships.

    Fatherless Daughters: 5 Ways Growing up Without a Dad Affects Women

    Fatherless Daughters: 5 Ways Growing up Without a Dad Affects Women

    by McKenna Meyers25

  • Some parents don't let go. Here is an article for the adult children of control freaks and children or toxic or misguided parents. Hold onto your cell phone, it's going to get bumpy.

    How to Handle Controling Parents

    How to Handle Controling Parents

    by MD Jackson MSIOP3

  • Relationships with your mother-in-law can be particularly trying, because women tend to stick their claws out when threatened, which is exacerbated when two women love the same man. If you can handle this article, then you may be on the way to mending your relationship with your MIL.

    How to Improve Your Relationship With Your Mother-in-Law

    How to Improve Your Relationship With Your Mother-in-Law

    by Audrey Lancho3

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