They’re eager to help out—even if that means putting themselves at financial risk.
Fertility is a deeply private topic, often better left alone. But if aspiring grandparents want to raise the question, it’s best done with sensitivity.
The proportion of children living in “grandfamilies” has doubled in the U.S. since 1970—and the reasons are often sad ones.
Popular depictions of assisted dying can be a bellwether for changing views on the controversial topic.