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Posted: Wednesday, December 17, 2014 10:00 am

Hanukkah 5775 is in full swing as we celebrate with our families and our community. If you are like me, you wonder where the year has gone and you are convinced that time is actually moving faster. 

As we cycle through the years at what seems like warp speed, the moment arrives when adult children are squarely, and often surprisingly, thrust into the role as a caregiver for their aging loved ones. There is a great epiphany that happens during the holidays. It is that oy-vey moment, when adult children recognize that the tides have shifted and generational role reversal is in order. 

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