Her husband is not. I'm a caregiver and do private duty home care. I have a sweet little old lady dying of alzheimer's. Her husband makes comments on how he wishes she would just slip away into the night. This is all day long he talks about how he wishes she would just die. I'm glad I'm only part time. I couldn't handle more hours on this case. He is also mean to her. Forcing her to eat and do things she doesn't feel like doing. I protect her as much as I can. I have talked to her daughter about the situation. That seemed to help at first. But now he seems more bitter. I don't know what to do. He is very sickly also and I know he doesn't feel well. When he leaves us for the day I have the best day with my lady. When he returns the whole house is tense. Thank you for any advice or comments.
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