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With Practice, You Can Communicate More Effectively With Your Older Parents

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We often forget that our parents are adults who have lived long, and in most cases, responsible lives. They may have been poor parents, ordinary parents, or stellar parents, but the fact that we are trying to help them at this stage implies that they most likely did raise us. While occasionally you’ll meet an elder who willingly turns over all decisions to others, most will continue to want their autonomy. 

Continue reading on Egosancares blog for some tips on communicating with older adults that are more apt to get you what you want:

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