People start to long for grandchildren—and many start to pressure their adult child, in overt or subtle ways, to produce those grandchildren.
For the current generation of would-be grandparents and their children, those desires are getting more urgent—and the pressure is getting a lot more intense.
Whatever the reason, the result is that their parents have to wait longer for their first grandchild—perhaps to age 70 instead of age 60. They have to worry about whether they will be healthy enough to help out and enjoy the time they have with their grandchildren. Or if they'll be alive at all.
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