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My Memories of “9/11” on the 15th Anniversary of September 11, 2001 Introduction If you have any memories of 15 years ago you certainly remember where you were, what you did and how you felt when terrorists took over two large airline planes filled with passengers and  crashed them into the World Trade Center in […]

When family members move away from each other for a variety of reasons, there can be a disruption in very meaningful psychological relationships. Author Rochel Berman, a social worker, has put together an excellent book which is reviewed in this blog. It discusses this issue and how family members can address this separation. For example, grandparenting at a distance is examined with many case examples and creative suggestions. There also is a chapter on the use of technology in long distance relationships. At the conclusion of the blog, Ms Berman answers five questions from Dr. Blumenfield


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