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Is your attitude keeping your from building relationships with your children or young people in your life? Take this attitude quiz from Save Their Future Now to help determine any barriers that might be keeping you from engaging with the youth in your life.
Grandparents are needed today more than ever — not only to support fatigued parents, but also to be trusted allies who provide a much-needed sense of stability, security and unconditional love to kids, whether those kids are 2 years old or 18. Find a few “first steps” that can help you build strong relationships between grandparents and grandchildren. Read this article from Thriving Family for tips on nurturing these special relationships.
Focus on the Family provides this article series on grandparenting and some good ideas on maintaining relationships with grandchildren who live far away.