I know this is a terrible thought and I feel horrible to even think this way but here it goes..... I have been living with my mom for 3 years. Prior to my living with my mom she was still able to live alone and be independent. She was still driving and managing her affairs; however, my only other sibling who lived 15 minutes away was able to help if needed. Luckily, there were only a handful of mostly outpatient hospitalizations over those 5 years. I lived 3 states away and was still working full time so it was more complicated for me to help during that period. In early 2018 I resigned from my position at 56 and decided to move in to help my mom. I rented out my home and found my role quickly becoming one more of necessity. In 2019 she lost her driver's license and her medical conditions required more attention and her short term memory began to decline. Now 3 years in to living together I finally was able to have her agree to come to my home. I see that her ability to live alone is highly unlikely and I have established all her doctors and specialists here. I really have no issue being her full time caregiver as we live well together. So.... Here is my feeling of how my mom has entered her desires into her will. Just the thought of losing my mom is more than I can bear as we are very close. My mom has placed me as her durable POA and her will distribution is 50/50. Personally, I feel it's unfair because I am her full time caregiver and my role is 100% of the care of our mom. Whereas, my sibling has made it perfectly clear that there will be no help in mom's care. I feel so bad even thinking about this but it does bother me or else I wouldn't be thinking about it. Any thoughts of how others may have had these feelings and how they dealt with them is appreciated?