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I want to do/give something very special for my fathers' home aide
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Caregivers behaving badly.
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My mom cannot live alone any more. I need some advice on what to do with her.
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Any ideas on how to "scold" my father (95) for using offensive language…
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Mother gets mad when my son's family comes over. What should I do?
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