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A Tough Conversation

Do you have children that are approaching driving age?  How do you feel?  Personally, I’m pretty apprehensive about my two daughters driving in a few years.  Thankfully, although there is a lot more traffic compared to when I started driving, there are many new laws to address youthful driving.  For example, mandatory driving school and zero tolerance for drinking and driving.

But have you also given any thought to your parent’s driving?  Again, for me, I have a few more years before I need to address this issue.  But I have a couple of clients who are going through this process now.  These clients’ parents should not be driving.  Close calls and minor accidents led the clients to try and put a halt on their parent’s driving. 

Both cases provided examples of the two extremes that could result.  One parent admitted that he should stop driving.  The other was quite emphatic that his driving was fine.  He even changed doctors when his long time primary doctor agreed with the client. 

The point here is that many of our parents will be living past the point when they should be driving.  Like youthful drivers, we must also be prepared to have a tough conversation with our parents regarding their driving.

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