My mother has cancer and she's in the Mad at the World stage. I know she's really scared and doesn't mean to be mean, but she makes me feel guilty for leaving her in the hospital to go back to work. I tell her I have to pay bills and rent, not to mention her growing medical bills but she cries and says I'm not a good daughter. All I can do is turn and begin to cry, but I don't let her see. Then I go home and cry some more. Any advice on how to deal with this?
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