Hello, I was the last child to leave home at 25 years old. I began to notice changes with my mother. I tried to talk with my siblings and my mother. Over the almost 10 years since she has grown silent. Today was almost 75 out and she was wearing a sweat shirt and a jacket. She also tells me she not hungary or thirsty. She just turned 70. I try to talk to her about it, but it only makes her mad at me. Any suggestions?
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