My mom has the beginnings of dementia. I don’t know what stage. All I know is this woman living with me is someone I can’t relate to. She has been here almost five years. I was told she wouldn’t make it until Christmas and she’s still here at 92. She weighs 85 pounds. Has COPD and Celiacs Disease. I started her out in my living room, then moved all my dining room out for her to have that room. Now she is up in what use to be my sewing room. I don’t have a downstairs bedroom. My husband is her cook. I’m her maid, ha! My daughter comes and plays scrabble with her weekly. Between the three of us I believe she is getting excellent care. My question is I don’t like interacting with her. We barely speak and I know it is because I’ve taken over as her Trustee at her request. That means she can no longer give money to my brother. It seems as if I am a broken record when I post so I apologize for that. I don’t want to be sorry when she dies because I wasn’t a better daughter. I don’t want to be relieved when she passes. She talks to everyone else so pleasantly (on the phone as no one else comes to see her in the family). Any suggestions on how I can change my attitude?