my father who is alomost 84yr old came to live with me after being astranged for 33yrs.my daughter,shes 34 and her 3yr old also live with me .the problem is i need my daughter hhere to help me ,i have parkinsons,diebetis,poor circulation in my leags ,and sometimes have areal problem walking and doing just about anything.now i try to help my dad as much as possible becaus my daughter has absolutly no patience with him.he likes to go to wal-mart so she will take him. and it seems that everytime when they get homee shes all pissed off abou something then she gets short with the littleone,in turn this upsets me but i try not to enterpfere.i have tried to tell her she needs to be more paitenet with him,he can"t help how he is.yes he can be very arrravating at times ,but he has his frustrstions to he can hardly see and there is nothing that can be done.we"ve tried. i get so sick and tired of her making faces behind his back i want to smack her,its very imature and disrespectful.i don"t want her to leave cuz i need her to help me and i want my grandson here this is his home .any body got some feedback???
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