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AgingParents.com NewsLetter February 2010
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Welcome to AgingParents.com’s February newsletter. We had some interesting responses to last month’s issues. Thank you for your feedback.
February is about valentines, and matters of the heart. We think it’s a
good time to remind all our readers of the need for an important
conversation with parents. Lots of folks put this off, thinking they have
time, parents aren’t that old, or there’s time later, etc. Don’t be caught
off guard when crisis hits. It can happen to you. Our feature, Heart to
Heart, in two parts, walks you through what to do and how to do it.

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Heart to Heart






We usually think of a “heart to heart” conversation as one that is sincere, personal, even intimate. It may be a loving conversation, and it is at least one that is outside the realm of ordinary banter. When it comes to aging loved ones, a heart to heart conversation needs to happen about what might occur if our loved one can’t manage alone anymore. Does this thought make your stomach quiver?





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