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Grace-Based Grandparenting

Grace-Based Grandparenting

Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel, co-authors of Extreme Grandparenting, address common grandparenting scenarios and illustrate how grandparents can take an active role in the lives of their grandchildren.
Original Air Date: September 13, 2013

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