Grandmother is 78-y/o with disabilities from brain aneurysm many years ago. My sons do not have close attachment with her as they did my husband's mother, who passed one year ago. My family of origin was very dysfunctional, and my husband and I did not spend a lot of time with my mother and stepfather and siblings due to this. So, now, our sons do not like to spend time with my mother. I feel sad for this, because my mother loves my sons, and would enjoy seeing them, and wonders why they do not visit. My stepfather is now deceased, and I've been my mother's caregiver until this past year when we moved her into ALF. I do not want to "guilt" my sons into visiting her and reaching out, but I do wish they would express some type of care for her. Any suggestions?