How the relationship between parents and children should be when getting old.

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The Father asked his Son, “Who is this?” He asked. The Son replied, “That raven.” A few minutes later, the Father asked…

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Author for blessed minds. M.Sc. (in Psychiatry). Freelance writer, Motivational speaker.

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