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Should You Pester Your Parents to Move Near Family?

Long-distance caregiving is tough. Adult children often worry about how their aging parents are doing, especially if the distance is so great that the family only gets together once or twice a year. This often leads to the kids, with the best of intentions, pressuring their parents to move closer to them. It seems natural, since the parents aren't tied down by jobs and children in school. But is it right for the parents?

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