why do elderly parents act like children?

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Answered: Only child of elderly parents

you could ask your parents to purchase long term care insurance policies to lessen the worries that you'll someday face. it's really difficult to take care of an elderly,especially if he or she has chronic illness or disability.

Answered: Help for elderly parent who refuses help

This is a very common issue for children caring for elderly parents . My best advice is to approach each discussion with compassion and understanding. Don't let yourself get angry and frustrated. If possible, start off by suggesting services they are comfortable with such as a local meals-on ...

Answered: Sweetheart scammed an elderly man in castro valley ...

This is the friend she undermined, Responding back with an update. Well she is still in control of his life and wellbeing, she has managed to keep me out of his life for good , it's very hard for me because my mother in-law lives next-door to him, This redhead had what I thought was a good ...

Answered: Careing for the elderly.

I work in an old age home. I always have a smile, and am kind and patient. But what I love the most is making them laugh and giving them a bit of fun. Friendship, conversation and laughter. Doesn't have to be family, a surrogate family is better then none. Imagine if, for example, more people ...

Answered: Summer camp: Good for kids, good for parents?

Speaking from having the experience of being the child who has gone camp, the counselor who had the privilege to spend a week with great kids, and an aunt who helps pay for her nieces and nephews to be able to go to camp, it is by far one of the best experiences you can give your child. I was ...

Answered: Why should parents be given joint custody?

Unless there is some reason for NOT awarding joint custody - such as being un-fit - or homeless - or unemployed - or an alcoholic - or a druggie - or abusive, etc. then joint custody is awarded so each parent shares in the responsibilty of raising the child - & so the child would have as stable as ...
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Is it hard being a parent?

Ask your Momma!!