ves in a retirement community and is on partial assisted living. She's an extremely difficult person and always has been. My Brother and sister washed their hands off her years ago, making her my problem. I am the only child who she ever sees, although my brother does stay in touch with her via phone calls. The problem is she has made all of our lives a living hell. The facility in which she currently resides is seemingly trying to get her to leave. She has caused a lot of problems for everyone and it appears they don't want her to stay there. Rather than force her out, they are getting tough with her by penalizing her for bad behavior, i.e. being abusive with staff and other residents. Her income is only the monthly social security deposit she receives and savings which are being wielded down by her need for extra care. I'm at my wits end as I don't know where she will be able to live if they force her out of this residence. I am not in the best of health, physically and mentally and my husband has made it perfectly clear that she cannot live with us. Any suggestions by anyone would be appreciated.
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