Gee thanks for the advice.

It's so hard having my mom living with us. I won't get into specifics, but it's not fun. Many of you can relate. I'm sure.


I was venting about some things to my brother and he began to give me all kinds of advice. He also tried to us guilt manipulation on me.
He has no idea what is involved since he has never done anything to help and he never will.
All he does is talk and give his unwanted opinion.

It was my mistake to think I could vent to him.
That will not happen again.

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by: Marilyn

One of the hardest things about caregiving for a parent is the resentment I feel for my brother who does nothing to help while my mother still treats him like a prince. Sometimes I feel the resentment overwhelming.

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