When you were younger, your parents probably had to have difficult conversations with you and did their best to push you toward making responsible decisions. Now that you are older and your parents have aged, you may find yourself supporting your parents and teaching them.
This role reversal can sometimes prove to be awkward, especially if you have to talk to your parents about something you find difficult, such as estate planning. Considering your own mortality is difficult enough, but trying to talk to your parents about when they die can be a very uncomfortable conversation. However, it is a necessary and important one.