"The Talk" with the Parents
No, it's not that talk! But, this one may be even harder. It's the often dreaded discussion about what your parents should do when they can no longer live on their own. This article states that 42% of adults between ages 45 and 65 cite the topic as the most difficult one to discuss with their parents. And about a third said their biggest communication obstacle is getting stuck in the parent-child roles of the past. To find out how to be prepared for this sticky issue, click here.