I take the 14 hour day shifts for my wife's parents, and the wife's sister takes the night shift when they are sleeping. The other 7 kid's don't want nothing to do with taking care of them. So the mother in law constantly brags on her daughter to everyone, but my problem is the daughter is not very knowledgeable about medication and she fills the mother in laws medication daily pill container. I fill the father in laws. The problem is she won't give the mother in law all her meds she pulls the meds on her own without talking to the doctor, sometimes she gives the mother in law some of her dad's medication that's not prescribed for her. The mother in law insists on taking it or not taking because her daughter said to. Hey I understand wanting to be proud of at least one of her kids, but I can't see how I can continue to take care of her during my shift if she won't take the proper medication when needed, or take pills not prescribed for her. I can't keep calling the doctor or hospice nurse every time there is a problem. Sometimes the mother in law won't even listen to them. The mother in law keeps the pills with her and takes them on her own. It's starting to cause some health problems, not sure what to do, anything that would happen would most likely be on my shift. And now her daughter is trying to talk the mother in law out of having her pacemaker battery replaced, the mother in law desperately wanted the replacement but she now says it might be easier on her daughter if she doesn't. This is just making me sick.