The Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing – Susan Day
IT’S TIME TO PUT THE ‘GRAND’ BACK INTO GRANDPARENT
- Do you worry that your grandchildren will grow up and forget you?
- Are you concerned about being alone; distant from your family emotionally and physically?
- Would you like to have a positive impact on the lives of your grandchildren, and create memories that will last forever?
Few of us actively think about our role as grandparents, and what influence we could have on our grandchildren’s lives. We tend to just sit back, cross our fingers and wait to see how they turn out.
The Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing looks at the modern changes of grandparenting. It is an open and honest look at how much the role of grandparenting has changed, and what lies ahead.
You will learn how to create and adapt your Grandparenting Philosophy into your life. Your Grandparenting Philosophy will be an important document that is uniquely about you, your family, and your goal to connect with your grandchildren.
You will also learn the Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing. These wonderful values will be incorporated into your Grandparenting Philosophy so that you can develop a strong, meaningful relationship with your grandchildren.
Now is the time to reclaim and strengthen your relationship with your grandchildren. You have so much to offer them, and they you.
The book aims at empowering all grandparents to share their knowledge and experiences with their beloved grandchildren, not by disrupting or changing their lives now, but rather by helping them incorporate what they are already doing and making it better.
There are lots of free educational resources also available for people who purchase this book.
The Top 10 Things Happy Grandparents Never Regret Doing! that will take you on an insightful journey into what you need to do to become the best grandparent you can be (even better than the one you are now).
About the Author
Susan lives in country Australia with four dogs, three bossy cats, three rescue guinea pigs, and an errant kangaroo.