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PARENTS & GRANDPARENTS


In the April 1994 paper, "The Influence of Grandparents and Stepgrandparents on Grandchildren," Dr. Laura DeHaan and Dr. Sean Brotherson from the North Dakota State University wrote,
"Grandparents and stepgrandparents influence their grandchildren both directly and indirectly. Direct influences come from face-to-face interaction, and indirect influences are realized through a third party... It's interesting to note the variety of terms used to refer to the many roles grandparents or stepgrandparents play. For example:

♦ Stress buffer ♦ Watchdog ♦ Arbitrator ♦ Roots/family historian ♦ Supporter

... The intergenerational contact reflects a high value for family connection. Grandchildren exposed to such contact are less fearful of old age and the elderly. They feel more connected to their families."

But we already know this, don't we? Our grandparents play an important, yet hugely underrated role in our psychological development. In a sense, they provide the secondary nurturing element in our childhood.

Of course, this in no way takes anything away from our parents. The fundamental principles governing our lives, emotional quotient, spiritual and emotional makeup - in fact, just about every observable quality of our being are shaped by our parents (or in their absence, other available role models).




 

 

2012 Republican Presidential Nominee
Former Governor of Massachusetts

Mitt Romney

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney

Romney Parents and Grandparents

Father: George Wilcken Romney (1907-1995)
Mother: Lenore LaFount (1908-1998)
Paternal Grandfather: Gaskell Romney (1871-1955)
Paternal Grandmother: Anna Amelia Pratt (1876-1926)
Maternal Grandfather: Harold Arundel LaFount (1880-1952)
Maternal Grandmother: Alma Luella Robison (1882-1938)


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2012 Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee
U.S. Representative from Wisconsin

Paul Ryan

Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan

Ryan Parents and Grandparents

Father: Paul Murray Ryan (Deceased)
Mother: Elizabeth A. Ryan Douglas (née Hutter)
Paternal Grandfather: Stanley Martin Ryan (Deceased, 1898 - 1957)
Paternal Grandmother: Edith Irene McCarthy (Deceased, 1897 - 1983)
Maternal Grandfather: Dr. Adolph Matthew Hutter (Deceased, 1905 – 1985)
Maternal Grandmother: Janet Kay (Deceased, NA-1991)


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Declared 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate


Kathyern Lane

Presidential Candidate Kathyern Lane

Lane Parents and Grandparents

Parents
William Allen Beals and Rose Ann Beals

Grandparents
Woodrow and Doris Emmons

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Declared 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Representative from the State of Texas

Ron Paul

Presidential Candidate Ron Paul

Paul Parents and Grandparents

• Ron Paul’s parents were Howard Paul and Margaret (Dumont) Paul. Howard ran the dairy farm and Margaret kept the books.

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