This is such a good question and one that needs to be asked more often.
.Yes, what child wouldn't?
Sadly, quite a lot.
This question popped up in conversation at a dinner I was at recently.
To my horror nearly the entire table opted for nursing home.
The reason? Too inconvenient.
I was so embarrassed.
I am so afraid for the world when people think like this.
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I hasten to add that I totally understand if there are abuse issues etc involved. I am just speaking from a perspective where the parents have looked after their children to the best of their ability. Thanks.
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