Ask Dr. Meg: Why Children (of all ages) Need Grandparents

Dear Dr. Meg,

As a grandmother, is it beneficial to stay involved with your grandchildren? I love them and we love to be together, but is there an age where they will break away? Also, have you written much about grandparents’ roles?

Sincerely,

Loving Grandmother


 

Dear Loving Grandmother,

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7 Reasons Kids, Cell Phones and School Just Don’t Mix

Parents, Pleeeaaase don’t let your kids go to school with their cell phones. I know that you want them to be able to call you whenever they want. I know that you don’t want them to feel deprived or different from their peers. I know that they need help if they miss the bus. And I...


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Andrea Logan White and David A.R. White at the party following the premiere of “The Case for Christ.”CreditWhitten Sabbatini for The New York Times

CHICAGO — Before breakfast at Sixteen, a restaurant in the Trump International Hotel and Tower here the...


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Just Take My Hand

By Ted Lowe, Posted April 21st 2017

Just Take My Hand

by Ted Lowe

When it comes to spending time with God in the morning, I do it. Not so much because I’m so disciplined. I do it because I have to. If I don’t spend time with God for a few days, I quickly become a mess. I get overwhelmed easily.
I say things I regret.
I let small things turn...


The Simon Wiesenthal Center honors Johnnie Moore alongside NBCUniversal Vice Chairman Ron Meyer and posthumous honorees the late Israeli statesman Shimon Peres and World War II soldier Roddie Edmonds, at the center’s 2017 Annual National Tribute Dinner.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The...


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Ahh…ninja season. Though fans of American Ninja Warrior don’t get to see their beloved competition air until late May or early June, for the ninja competitor, the arrival of spring officially kicks off the new season. The...


3 One Liners That Make a Huge Difference in Our Marriage

by Ted Lowe

When I ask people what it takes to have a great marriage, they mostly say one of two things: hard work or good communication.

The problem with hard work is that most people work hard at work, and when they get home, they don’t want to work anymore. Plus, many people don’t...


Video Length Matters in an Digital World

I’ve been teaching for a long time that too many churches and religious organizations are making a huge mistake by only posting full length sermons and teachings on either their website or podcasts. Certainly it’s fine (and a good idea) to...


Let's Find Out the Facts

There are so many inaccurate reports on the “death of traditional TV” out there. There’s no question that millions are moving online, but it’s really a question of platforms more than content. In other words, programming created...


Have you ever been in a “discussion” (or argument) with someone who just wouldn’t let it die? They make their point, but can’t seem to let it go? In those cases, more does not mean better. In fact, the more they argue, the more they undermine what they’re trying to...