Is there chauvinism in the cultural & family dynamics of caregiving?
This is just an observation. But, I have noticed by reading many of the posts here, it seems that there are very few men involved in the caregiving of their parents or professional caregivers that are men. I commend the men who I have read are involved or directly taking responsibility for their elderly family member. But, I've also noticed many of the male siblings don't seem to give their sisters the help or support the so badly need taking care of mom or dad. What's up with that, and should we encourage change?