After being the sole caregiver for my mother, who is 80 and is in Stage 3 Renal failure, Diabetic, 2 heart attacks, 2 stints, and put on dialysis for 2 days, I have learned which doctors, nurses, physical therapists, etc. I will have a problem with in either questioning my decision, attitude, and care when she is in the hospital. I have 4 other sisters and 1 brother who are still alive and have not helped in the past with anything unless I practically begged for it. I was told today, after seeing the physical therapist that we have had in the past that has a superior attitude and can be rude and my mother doesn't remember but said the last time she didn't like him, that I had a negative attitude and I needed to give him a chance. And that the others can't ask a question without me giving them attitude and getting upset. The thing is that they are the same questions that were asked each and every time she is in the hospital. When I do say something their excuse is that they forgot and they can't remember one day from the next. My response is that I had to learn these things and write them down and memorize them, why can't they? I know what the answer is, that they don't have the sole care and therefore don't take the time. I am just wondering, am I wrong to feel the frustration with feeling like I am being taken advantage of and that I have the right to have my feelings about past incidents with the healthcare providers?