Over accomodating mother in law janda gersang bersama 4 btg konek dan stimgiler

13-Aug-2020 21:17

If you decide to move a parent or other relative in with you, you won't be alone: One out of every four caregivers lives with the elderly or disabled relative he or she cares for. If your parent or other loved one is still relatively healthy, he may be able to babysit or otherwise help around the house, contribute financially, and get to know your children in a way that would never be possible with only occasional visits. It may be cheaper than putting the person in a nursing home (which costs about ,000 per year on average) or an assisted living facility (about ,000 per year on average), but you could pay a heavy price in terms of time, stress, fatigue, and strained relations.

Take the time to consider the following 10 questions when deciding whether to have someone live with you.

I already hate the name George for a boy, a baby with the name George sounds like a 50 year old business man to me. I don't want my son to be refered to by their last name in a class room for the rest of his life.

My only fear is that my in laws are probably assuming I'm going to follow tradition.I would love to honor them but I don't like their names.My father in law is named George and my mother in law Dimitra/Demetra. So even if you are a girl your name will be "Maria Stephano Papadopoulos"...are still a very patriarichal society!It prepares them for the time when you may need care from them and eventually when they may need care from their own children.It's good for children to learn how to nurture and to assist in the care.

My only fear is that my in laws are probably assuming I'm going to follow tradition.

I would love to honor them but I don't like their names.

My father in law is named George and my mother in law Dimitra/Demetra. So even if you are a girl your name will be "Maria Stephano Papadopoulos"...are still a very patriarichal society!

It prepares them for the time when you may need care from them and eventually when they may need care from their own children.

It's good for children to learn how to nurture and to assist in the care.

Caring for an aging relative is a great way to give back some of the love, care, and nurturing he gave to you.