She is totally disabled and I am burnt-out. I am single and have been caring for her since 2010. I am working part-time, cooking, cleaning, running her errands (pharmacy, bank, etc .) cleaning her up and using a patient lift to transfer her to a scooter a 3-5 times a month so she can take the handicapped bus to church or the doctor. I have no life of my own. She thinks nothing about me and acts like I should have my whole life consumed with her care. It is all about her. She never shows concern about how this situation has effected my life. She is judgemental, critical, of everything a do. We can't afford someone to come in to help us. In fact, I am finally bankrupt because of the whole situation. I officially filed for bankruptcy a year ago. We rent a house together and we really need to move. When we moved in 2008 and had a full time job and split the rent and utilities. Now, she pays the rent and I can only afford to pay the water and Gas. Long story short we have had one or more utilities shut-off or endanger of it over the past 3 years. Now, I had to get a credit to turn the gas on and keep electric on $1500 in total. I just am tired of feeling powerless to get out of this situation. I make $9.67 an hour @ 28 hours a week and I can't afford to leave. I am her only child and this is how we have struggled financially all my life. I am 47 now, never married, lived apart from her, and not really any close friends. My life had always been absorbed with her. We don't have a healthy mother daughter relationship. She doesn't see me as an adult child. She still thinks I am an adolescent child. I just want some advice on steps to take to move on.