Beyond Stressed Out and Sad!!

by Sus
(California)

My Mother is now 77 years old and in the past year has become a person I don't know. She used to be neat and organized and now it's like living with a hoarder.

I get so frustrated when I come home only to find pots and pans in the living room on the new sofa. Or she tells me she saw somebody in the yard.

I am not the most patient person at all, my frustration shows and I yell. I do love my mother very much. But I am so angry that I am the one left to do the work. I am the youngest of 5 and live with her. I was once told by another sibling well it's your job you live with her, as you should take care of her and you should pay the bills if she can't. Mind you I lost my job nearly 2 years ago.

I don't know what to do, or how to handle my anger. I sit in my room and cry and I just want to run away!!!

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