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Parenting Your Aging Parents When They Don’t Want Help

David Solie’s 89-year-old mother, Carol, was unyielding. “No, I will not move,” she told her son every time he suggested that she leave her home and relocate to a senior living residence. Although Carol suffered from coronary artery disease, severe osteoporosis, spinal compression fractures, and unsteady balance, she didn’t want …

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21-year-old on raising 5 siblings after parents’ death

Samantha Rodriguez, 21, opened up to “The View” about taking on the roles of mom and dad to her five siblings after both parents died from cancer. The eldest sibling of the Rodriguez family was only 17 years old when her mother and father died from cancer. Now 21, she’s …

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‘I’m 25 and My Parents Want Me to Support Them!’

The Cut’s financial advice columnist Charlotte Cowles answers readers’ personal questions about personal finance. Email your money conundrums to mytwocents@nymag. com <p class="clay-paragraph" data-editable="text" data-uri="www.thecut. com/_components/clay-paragraph/instances/ck3rtah12006f84yeoaqfe72t@published” data-word-count=”95″>I got into a heated argument with my dad the other day about my future plans. I’m 25 and trying to save up enough to …

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