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Sons Spend As Little Time Caring For Their Parents As Possible, Dumping The Work On Daughters | ThinkProgress

Sons Spend As Little Time Caring For Their Parents As Possible, Dumping The Work On Daughters | ThinkProgress.

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~ by Butch on August 22, 2014.

One Response to “Sons Spend As Little Time Caring For Their Parents As Possible, Dumping The Work On Daughters | ThinkProgress”

  1. According to the Older Women’s League, OWL, 2012 Mother’s Day Report, fifty-four million Americans serve as unpaid caregivers to family members—two-thirds of them are women. Forty-six percent of these female primary caregivers are in the so-called “sandwich generation,” caring for both children and older family members. (p. 3 What to Do about Mama?) And these statistics are over two years old. However, it is dangerous to speak in terms of “ALL” or “NONE.” Butch of Mom & Dad Care certainly does not fit into the mold described in this article.
    Barbara Matthews (author, What to Do about Mama?)

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