Aging Parents

Aging Parents: A Guide On How To Care For Aging Parents To Help Them Through Life’s Transitions.

 

Volume 3 in a series of 3 Aging books.

 

Aging ParentsLife’s journey is fraught with twists and turns, some unexpected and some not. We begin, dependent upon parents to guide us through uncertainties and doubts, learning as we grow to adulthood. Our parents were there for us: teaching, nurturing, and helping to steer a safe course for our happiness and success. That process takes place in homes and families, the world over. It is not unique, but it is special and endearing. The experience builds bonds of trust, love, and concern that are necessary when the roles are reversed, and the child becomes the caregiver, the support, and the guardian.

For too many, the transition is troubling for both parties. The sudden lack of freedom for an adult, who has done what he or she has wanted for 70 years, can lead to resentment and even hostility. Where does one go for difficult answers, and when do you begin the process?

Writer, Kristy Clark, tackles the difficult issues for children of aging parents. Take the guesswork out of the equation and learn, in a systematic, caring way, to address the inevitable before you’re faced with making decisions in the face of adversity or a tragedy. There is a right and a wrong way to provide long or short-term parental care, but the roadmap is here, laid out to provide assurances to all parties concerned.

A Smattering of What’s Inside:

-> Warning Signs of Health Problems

-> How to Communicate

-> Instructions for Proper Care

-> How to Handle Their Investments

-> Wellbeing and Safety

-> Overcoming Resistance

If you anticipate ever becoming a primary caregiver for your parent or another family member – read this book, it will turn the experience from a burden into a blessing. Download it today and plan for their future and yours.

So, if you’re serious about wanting to learn how you can take care of your parents, then you need to buy a copy of this inspiring book “Aging Parents – A Guide On How To Care For Aging Parents To Help Them Through Life’s Transitions” right now and start improving your relation with your parents today!

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References

Moving Elderly Parents: When They Don’t Want To – A Place for Mom

Oct 8, 2014 … Moving elderly parents can be a trying experience. Read tips how to make it an easy transition.

Role Reversal: Caregiving for Aging Parents – WebMD

When an aging parent needs caregiving, the children often need to take responsibility. But what happens when only one of many siblings steps up to the plate?

5 Success Tips With Difficult Aging Parents – Forbes

Jan 27, 2011 … Difficult aging parents can push us to the limit. We sometimes need to put ourselves first. There are successful ways to get along and do the …

8 Things Not to Say to Your Aging Parents | Next Avenue

Dec 3, 2014 … Unintended barbs cut to the quick and can’t be taken back. Here are some things we sometimes to say to our aging parents and better options.

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