I have a problem about being alienated from my dying father. It is very hard for me to tell the story, and I am not sure I have the courage. This involves a lot, mostly that a caregiver went in and took control of my fathers care plan,gained custody of everything, and alienated me and my brother from dad. I live 3,000 miles away from him, and am dealing with my husbands cancer as well. This is very sad, because I was not able to say goodbye to my mom either, and now I cant say goodbye to daddy. Does anyone have the same issues? I want to do something about it, but do not have the time or the money...I am dealing with my husbands bone cancer. Am I supposed to just let my alienation from dad and mom, and my husbands cancer ruin my life. I feel that my brother and sister are very guilty of not taking up for me against the caregiver when it comes to dad, and I have a hard time dealing with it. I have contacted agencies to help me, and there is nothing that can be done. Letters, etc. have been returned to me....I havent even been able to say Happy Fathers Day to him for two years.
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