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I'm 20y, my parents 65 & 69

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, March 25, 2008 | 0 comments

It's really your choice. I'm 20. I love my mom and dad, and feel they prepared me well, they are now 65 and 69.

As the child of older parents, my fear is that I will lose them soon as being raised as an only child (despite having 4 older siblings ages 35-43), because my brothers and sisters were out of the house.

I am a lot closer to my parents, and very very very attached to them


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