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Caring for an elderly parent can be difficult – physically, financially and emotionally.
“It’s scary as a kid to watch your parent fail,” one woman told Finch.
In order to cope, some adult children try to dictate what their elderly parents do each day – their medical care, what they eat, where they go and how they get there.
“I’ll take the keys from my parents. I’ll call Con Edison and have their gas turned off. But a lot of people don’t have the strength to look their parent in the eye and put their foot down,” one man said.
As people live longer, more and more adult children find themselves putting their foot down and hovering.
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