So my mom has Parkinson's and has help 5hrs a day but when the help goes home, she has nothing to do. I speak to her everyday and see her once a week, but it's not enough for her, she lives 30min. drive one way in good weather. She has been told that she shouldn't be living at home and needs more care. Night time is bad. She has chosen not to listen to professional advice. She has fallen, slipped under her bed and hasn't answered her phone, which then has me running over to her place. Then i'm making her dinner, and she wants me to pull her into the bed because she's so stiff/frozen that she can't get into the bed herself, i can't lift or pull her into the bed without injuring her or myself. She wants me to be her entertainment, caregiver when her help has left and if i don't do enough for her, she piles on the guilt.I can't even get her in or out of the car without hurting my back, but she only thinks about herself and not how this affects the people around her. Now i feel bad for even saying all this. My daughter & husband are expecting their first child in the new year and my mom is starting to feel jelious in advance about me spending time with my daughter and grandchild and is saying things like you can't be over there helping all the time you know, (daughter's name) has to figure it out herself.