Hi, My wife just lost her mom 8 months ago and is still living with her dad which is just 3 miles from where we live. He was almost married 60 yrs. He does have some health problems. He has a difibulator in him. It may go of one month but then it may be another yr before it goes off again. He is able to get about ok. The problem lies is with my wife waiting on him hand and foot,and he expects it. Just like his first wife did. He is capable of doing some of it on his own. I am having a major problem with this cause she has been going on now from me for 8 months. We rarely see each other except when she wants me to go over his house. Our counselor has told her that if she continues to wait on him like she does that she is going to cause he to die younger than he should. He does have in home care and nursing home care if he chooses. But he like it right there where he is. My wife is the executor on his will.The family does not want to use his insurance yet. Should I continue to wait for her to come back home with me. Or is it time to do something about it. Eight months is a long time. She does nothing over here rarely see her over here. Some body with some knowledge on this please help me out. Thank You, Or you could e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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