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Aging Parents: When Mom and Dad Can't Live Alone Anymore

by Weisheit, Eldon

Condition: Near Fine


Elgin, IL: Lion Publishing, 1994. Book. Near Fine. Trade Paperback. First Edition. 214 pages. Stated First Edition 1974. Clean, unmarked copy, looks new. "When suddenly the tables are turned--and adults find themselves caring for their aging parents--the satisfaction of a settled life can be washed away by a wave of questions, doubts, and frustrations....this book can help you and your loved ones to weather the future with knowledge and hope.".


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