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Old Age Problem... [ TVK ]

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vgane

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Being forgotten is painful at any age! :sad:
Who forgets?

Many times the youngsters think that the elder person should call them..

And the elderly think as a matter of age the younger person should call them...

Also youngsters think that the old person only is for gossip (Vambu)...They do not wish to share personal stuff even with parents...

Only Mutual trust & respect will take the relationship further
 
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Do we need any such laws to keep in touch with the elderly parents…..?

How the elderly are treated around the world


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A new "Elderly Rights Law" passed in China wags a finger at adult children, warning them to "never neglect or snub elderly people" and mandating that they visit their elderly parents often, regardless of how far away they live. The law includes enforcement mechanisms, too: Offspring who fail to make such trips to mom and dad face potential punishment ranging from fines to jail time.

Read more at: http://theweek.com/articles/462230/how-elderly-are-treated-around-world
 
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