parents visiting granddaughter
  • A few times a week
  • A few times a month
  • Only on certain holidays
  • Once a year or less
  • Never
  • I live with my parents

Each of us sooner or later begins to enter the adulthood. Some remain with their parents even when grown up. Some get married or start to live independently. Sometimes the “separately” means not just another building or area but even a city, a country or a continent. Because of our own business, work, family, and children we cannot see our parents often. Some people find the time and try to visit their parents as often as possible, on occasion – to spend the weekend together, regularly invite each other to visit. Sometimes, due to circumstances, there is simply no way to meet as often as one would’ve liked. Some people meet very rarely due to lack of time and possibilities. In such cases, parents often take offense which is quite understandable. It happens so that living in another country one does not see the parents for years. Finally, everyone has their own story. And what would you say? How often do you visit your parents?

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