Well, duh. But, yeah.
When I was with my parents, I thought a lot about how as we age -- but also as we develop serious illness-- we lose our privacy. So many things that we normally do behind closed doors alone, become public, witnessed by health care workers, family and other care-takers.
That is so true. My dad doesn't have any privacy anymore.
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