‘It was special, difficult, perfect’: holidaying with parents after a Covid year | Koraly Dimitriadis

‘It was special, difficult, perfect’: holidaying with parents after a Covid year | Koraly Dimitriadis

The Guardian

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Koraly Dimitriadis had never countenanced the idea of holidaying with her parents as an adult, but Covid has cast a new light on family

I haven’t holidayed with my parents since I was 18. Vacationing with my parents, as an adult, has never been at the top of my to-do list. But that’s what I did this summer: I took a trip with my sisters, all of our children and my parents. All eleven of us.

Before Covid, I was just like any other child of migrants who found their parents annoying, overbearing and controlling. But when Covid came along, it changed everything. My parents changed. I changed.

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