(1) My sister is in denial about 24/7 care for my mother who is under hospice care, bed bound and has limited use of her hands. She compares it to taking care of baby, which it is not. Will she come around?
(2) I'm a nurturer and hostess by nature. I loved entertaining family and friends, pre COVID. My sister who lives 3 hours away is the only visitor now and she visits/baby sits when she can so I can take care of things outside the house. During her most recent visit, we had a huge blow-out because she was just eating up certain food items and not being considerate of me. Going forward, would it be rude of me to stop being hostess and disappear? I did make her bathe and help mom with eating etc. something she's never had to do.
(3) During our heated exchange, my sister threatened to move my mom in with her and her family: husband and 3 children. I told her to go right ahead and to make sure she arranges health and hospice care and anything else. BTW I'm POA etc and she knows it. Just curious, how far will she get?