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new studies show Grandparents are becoming more selfish and disconnected
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 17308856:MV8xODg3NjgzXzMxNTM5NTc1XzUwMjc4RTVG] Part of the planned break-down of the family by tptb along with many other things such as feminist movement, divorce, etc. Grandparents used to be an integral and important part of the family structure. But no more. All generations have become too selfish and materialistic. It's not only the grandparents that have contributed to this. There seems to be a lack of respect and resentment to the older generations. We can change it back to what it was, and should be, one by one. Put family and especially children first! [/quote]
a UWS journal did a world wide survey and found that grandparents are not stepping up and taking their role as grandparents seriously. "Most grandparents dont think their role is as important as when they were a parent, they feel like they can take a backseat approuch to grandparenting, although most studys prove loving grandparents is of the upmost importance to a child" Sweeden ranked the highest in grandparent involvment in education and Italy ranked highest in grandparent influence in the home, it seems the simply traditions of cooking with grandma cant be beat.
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