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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Mom always liked you best

If your parents could pick one of their kids to be their caregiver as they age, who would it be? Would it be you? Were you your mom's favourite child, the family black sheep, or somewhere in between? In this article from the New York Times, author Paula Span talks about how aging parents express a preference for one of their children to be the parents' primary caregiver, and why they make that particular choice. How does this choice relate to being "Mom's favourite"? The statistics and logic behind this question are interesting. Click here to read the article.

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