Tag: helping aging parents

February 21, 2017

My Health is my concern, not yours   If that is not the case, it brings us back to that conversation being best served by having an understanding of your parent’s temperament.  If the conversation is started by suggesting it take place at the doctor’s office, you have already lost half if not all of […]

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August 17, 2016

I have written about my current book project titled the Hardest Conversation and think that I should explain that it really speaks to helping aging parents live the best rest of their lives. This book is not about a parent in decline. The reason this is the hardest conversation is because your parent(s) may/will be […]

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