Worried 65 Year Old Daughter

My mother is 97 I am her total caregiver for two years. I have 4 siblings.


My mothers house is in her name and refuses to change it. When my mother dies the house will be divided between 5 children. The house is worth about 180k.

My husband died I have very little money to even survive now, however my mother lets me take care of her rent free. My siblings contribute nothing.

I have no life and fear that I will never be happy again. If she wasn't so negative and mean and truly dislikes me it would be somewhat easier.

I'm hoping I die before her the insanity of this situation is getting worse each day.

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Reach Out
by: Anonymous

Please reach out to some type of help in the community for your own mental and physical health.

You sound so hopeless (which I'm sure a lot of us here understand). Keep asking around until you find something different to help you.

Will be thinking of you. Please let us know how you are doing.
m, santa rosa

p.s.
I found a free support group for caregivers and I kept going until it started to help me feel better (even for just that one afternoon)! I did find people who understand.

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