The Making of a Mensch: The Crucial Role of Grandparents
Without even trying, grandparents mold the character of the children. Noted author Jane Isay shares key ideas about how grandparents contribute to the character of the grandchildren with lessons drawn from Jewish wisdom on how to live a good life and be a mensch.
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Jane Isay is the author of the beloved Unconditional
Love: A Guide to Navigating the Joys and Challenges of Being a Grandparent
Today. Jane has also written three other books: Walking on Eggshells:
Navigating the Delicate Relationship between Adult Children and their Parents;
Mom Still Likes You Best: Overcoming the Past and Reconnecting with Your
Siblings; and Secrets and Lies: Surviving the Truths that Change Our
Lives. Jane spent over 40 years as an editor, publishing books including Robert
J. Lifton’s Nazi Doctors, Patricia O’Connor’s Woe is I, and
Antonio Damasio’s Descartes' Error. She serves on many nonprofit boards
and lives in New York City, close to her four grandchildren.