Dad deserves a say about his life, even if he’s wrong

Liz Taylor has an important column–

My impression of what went wrong is that you and your family — with the best intentions — decided what was best for your dad, but he never gave his consent. Just because he’s in a safer, nicer, cleaner, prettier place with meals, privacy, people and housekeeping, he doesn’t have to like it or understand why you like it for him. It’s his life.

He had the right to say no.

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  1. 1 A say in one’s or other’s life? « O’Folks Trackback on 2007 March 11 at 4:17 pm
  2. 2 Liz Taylor takes comments « O’Folks Trackback on 2008 March 12 at 3:37 pm
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