30-Something Worries: Some Things Are More Important Than Money
Mircea Vlaicu
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This was incredibly well-written. I think you hit the nail on the head about the choices and trade-offs we make when it comes to balancing responsibilities with family: it’s seriously hard, but you don’t want to regret not doing that thing later on. I’ve seen this with my own parents, as my stepdad’s mother who has dementia and is in her 90’s lives with them: my stepdad is retired and home with her all day every day, and my mom comes home after a long day and ninety-minute commute to help with meals, medications, and putting her to bed. It’s a lot to deal with, but I also know they wouldn’t want it to be any other way. Best of luck to you and your family as you make this new move and take care of each other.

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