My Mother can be very Depressing!

by Joseph
(Pittsburgh)

My Mother will not take any advice from anyone...she often takes call from solicitors, provides personal information to whom ever! Whole heartedly, literally; believes others have her best interest at hand other than the people who love her!


Secondly, opted out of Medicare for some crazy reason...know she stressing me because of the increase of cost regarding her doctors visits and prescribed medication, which she cannot afford. Oh yeah! Whenever she's in crises mood, she calls me at work, upsets me and expects me to solve her problems.

Lastly, whenever I inquire about how and why she did something...she becomes obstinate to any words of helpful wisdom! I mean, any words! I have Zero people to help me! My older Sister, simply don't care, she will not engage...no matter how many times I ask...nothing!

My Sister's response, she doesn't listen me either so why try! I have another Sister with cerebral palsy with mid a Learning Disability...nothing from her as well but I get that! I'm done

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