Daughter

by April
(Canada)

My father doesn't feel like I am "helping" enough or spending enough time with my mother (who has Alzheimer's disease). I live at home, I help get her involved in groups, I can't help with bathing because my father has a "right" way of doing that.


I have no support from my siblings because they think its my job since I am a nurse and live at home. How do I deal with this guilt?

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