Frustrated

by ushavadivel
(India)

I am a working woman unmarried and take care of my elderly parents. Father is 82 and mother is 76. My father has urinary incontinence, difficulty in swallowing and Diabetes Mellitus. Usually he is taking oral medications for diabetes but last week suddenly he was not responding and glucose was 469mg%.


I called the ambulance and took both to the hospital where he received fluids and insulin. My mother is frightened all the time she says while we were in hospital that she wants someone to be with her at home and she cannot manage with my father till I come back from work.

I felt angry because I am managing all the things on my own and added is my mother's words. I don't have siblings and I have to cope up all alone physically and mentally. Sometimes I think about what will happen to me in my old age. I cannot cope up with the role of caregiving at all times,please suggest.

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Elder Care Anger and Resentment.


Home | Site Map | About | Contact | Privacy Policy | Disclosure

© Copyright evSky Incorporated 2008-2019 | All Rights Reserved


Eldercare for

Aging Parents

Are you having a difficult time with being the "Caregiver" for Mom and Dad?

Click Here to Read What Others are Saying and Leave a Comment About Your Own Experiences....

Or Start your Own Discussion Page!

Recent Articles

  1. Help me please

    Jun 20, 19 10:24 AM

    My dad is 93 perfectly clear mind.Not problems to hearing or vision but is EXTREMELY bitter and mean. Don't want to shower is in the basement and last

    Read More

  2. I finally understand...

    Jun 20, 19 10:22 AM

    For literally years and years and years I could never figure out what I was doing wrong for my mom. and I now understand. My mother is a full-blown Narcissist

    Read More

  3. Out of sight out of mind

    Jun 17, 19 02:29 PM

    My siblings both live in different states. I am totally responsible for taking care of my moms needs. She lived on her own and then moved in with me and

    Read More