PBS Life Part 2: Cut Off from the Grandkids

PBS, Life Part 2: Boomer Grandparenting

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According to the panel, Boomers are often wealthier, better educated, and younger looking, than their own grandparents. “My kids dress like I do, and they listen to same music,” says Coleman. Their advice? Be cautious: don’t give advice that’s not asked for. If you want to open up a dialogue, start admitting your own mistakes as a parent. To see the whole segment go here http://www.pbs.org/lifepart2/watch/season-2/boomer-grandparenting

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