What do you do when you disagree?  

One of the biggest problems most people run into when caring for their aging parents is not agreeing with their siblings.

Where the parents should live?

How much help do mom and dad need?

Who runs errands for the parents?

Who takes the parents to doctors appointments?

Who handles the money?

These are the types of questions that can put a thorn in family relationships.

Leigh Ashley is a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified clinic trauma professional. She talks with Kim and Mike Barnes of Parenting Aging Parents about how you manage disagreements between you and your sibling, the importance of playing to the strengths of each sibling, how to involve the parents and why you need to talk to yourself first.