Your best is good enough: aging parents and your emotions
Offers strategies for coping with the stresses and conflicts inherent in caring for elderly parents, discussing the necessity of realizing and accepting the limits of what one can do for sick or failing parents.
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The Elder ParentAdult Child Bond i
What Do Old People Want from Us Anyway?
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