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I took Mom to a neurologist and he advised for her to see a psychiatrist, but my brother refuses to give her meds. What should I do?
Asked by Sunshine44
3 hrs ago
My mother had a stroke in 2014 and was not expected to survive, she lives with me and has fully recovered, how do I get her to move out ?
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15 hrs ago
My mother has always been in charge. She is now 87 years old, takes care of her 96 year old husband and 92 year old sister.
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18 hrs ago
My nephews never visited grand mom and now have inheritance.
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24 hrs ago
Mom seems to enjoy being difficult to get me working for her. Is this dementia?
Asked by flummoxed
41 hrs ago
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