She’s Graduating From Nursing School Soon, And Now Her Parents Expect Her To Care For Her Disabled Brother For A Discount

She doesn’t see how wanting to get paid a proper wage is problematic, especially since her brother requires an extensive amount of care.

“…I have to take my brother to therapy, shower him, clean him up, feed him, give him his medication, etc.,” she said.

“All the same stuff I would have to do with any other patient; I think I am asking for a fair pay that’s consistent with how much work I am going to do. I’ll charge £25 (about $30) per hour, which is average where I live. I don’t think I’m being too unreasonable.”

Anyway, she’s wondering if it is wrong of her to expect her mom and dad to pay her exactly what she could make in any other job. What do you think?

You can read the original post on Reddit here.

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