Distressed Daughter

by Ellen
(LA,. CALIF. USA,)

My sisters keep fighting with myself and my 84 year old mother that suffers from Dementia, Parkinson and type 2 Diabetes, I live and take care of my mother.


They keep telling her to get me out or they're going to take her and me out and lock my mothers house up. Today because I didn't have $55dollars to give my sister for my mom's medicines my sister literally pulled the medicines out of my mom's hand and took them back until I pay her for them.

My younger sister lives next door to us but never comes to see my mom. She was the one that used my mother's money in her bank account. But because I really never have had a very good relationship with any of the three.

All of them have ganged up and stick together to accuse me of anything they can come up with. And always take things out of concept to there advantage. They say I use my mother and all I do is really take really good care of her I spoil her to death I know her favorite color. food, television programs everything and she's happy with me she tells me all the time.

I understand her sickness and I find out everything I can about it so I can help her the best that I can. I never wanted my mother's house, insurance or money, all I asked god to let me be with my mother and I'm being blessed god has blessed me with the love of being able to take care of her in our good and bad times.

Thank you for giving me this opportunity to find help.

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