So my grandpa is in his 70's and lives in a small town where his doctor's appointments and such are 45 minutes away. I had to move out last year for personal reasons, but up until that point I was the only one who took care of him after my mom and grandma passed away. He's getting to the point where he shouldn't drive, and he recently injured himself so everyone is worried about him. My entire family as been TELLING, even demanding, that I move back. I've been guilt tripped and told "he raised you, and he needs you." And every other excuse. I'm one of the only grandkids of his who doesn't have kids, so everyone assumes I can just move. I have severe mental health issues, and I feel like I'm mentally unable to take care of him, but no one else will listen to me. I've looked into retirement communities because he's not in such a state where a nursing home is needed, but even then it's a little pricey. I'm sorry for the rant, but I just need to know if I'm doing the right thing by denying to move back, and what other option can we do? No one else is able to move in with him, and we might not be able to cover the cost for a retirement community. I'm desperate, because I've been suffering from depression since this all started, I'm afraid to answer my families calls because all they do is guilt trip me into moving back even when I say no. Christmas is coming up and I want to visit without this issue ruining our family get together. Thanks for listening.