Grandmothering: Building Strong Ties with Every Generation (Paperback)
Grandmothers have always been crucial family members, but they are often pushed aside or held at arm's length, harming children, parents, and grandmothers themselves. This book guides grandmothers to respond to the needs of today's families, integrate themselves into family life, and form warm, lasting bonds with their grandchildren.
Kathleen Stassen Berger is a professor at Bronx Community College, City University of New York, where she has taught psychology for forty years. She is the author of the leading textbooks in human development, used by college students in all 50 states, 12 nations, in five languages. She is also the mother of four and the grandmother of three.