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Losing Family History: Divorce Kills “Weekends at Grandma’s House’’

Grandparents are educators: Learning from multiple generations

Grandmother cooking in the kitchen
My Grandma Hattie making me dinner more than 40 years ago. Photo by Joseph Serwach.

When parents are married, it’s normal to build up “couple time’’ (and cut out babysitters) by dropping kids off at “Grandma’s house.’’

The gift of that arrangement:

  1. Children are raised by two…

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Joseph Serwach

Joseph Serwach

Story + Identity = Mission. Author, Writer: Journalism, Leadership Culture, Communications, Religion, Education, History. Inspiration: Catholic, Polish.

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