My daddy passed away on 7-7-07 of bladder cancer. my mom has finally admitted to being suicidal. she lives in a home that has holes in the floor(you have to walk on planks to prevent from falling through). she is in a lot of debt. she isn't taking her medicine like she is supposed too. my brothers and i are trying to help with everything. I live out of town but go done there every saturday to try to help. my mom just seemed to be getting better but now my aunt has called her to fuss that she and the rest of the family are not helping with my grandmother. I have a husband and 2 girls that i'm neglecting because they know i am needed to help mom. I am doing the best i can. How can i help both of them without having a nervous breakdown are ending up in divorce. and what about my mom? she cannot physically or emotionally take much more. advice please.
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