Too often, conversations about preparing for the senior years don’t happen — at least not as soon as they should. In this article, we offer suggestions for overcoming the discomfort that frequently prevents adult children and parents from beginning these important discussions.
The best advice is to plan carefully and think through such conversations, so they are as positive and productive as possible. Make sure you don’t forget anything by writing down what you think needs to be discussed.
Also, do not approach this important opportunity as “The Conversation,” but as an ongoing series of conversations. Address one issue at a time rather than trying to resolve everything at once.
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