Just writing this has me in a bad state.But I need to get this out.Because I am at the end of everything.AND TIRED.June 4 2011 my mother died.I as not told by my sibling.I had to find out from my niece.It was a ten year battle with my "brother".She had a stroke in our home,and it took the chicago 911 45 minutes to get there in that time she lost half her brain,I saw the x rays.I after 4 monthes in a coma decided as medical power of attorney to let her be in peace.Sudenly my brother comes up who never gave a crap and never came to see her and said it will kill me you cannot do it.So I caved because I was in the process of a complete nervous breakdown.The woman he married saw the money.They will take care of her and be in care of her.Yeah they stole everything that she had then put her in a nursing home.THen made themselves power of attorney and whenever I wanted to see her they said I was insane and put a restraining order on me.How do you live with the one personyou trusted and loved all you r life .The betrayal,he disowned his own daughters to keep everyone away.Now they also see the money and are back with him.After I loved them and tried to help them through their pain.I know she is in peace,but I will never be at peace.How does it feel to hate your flesh and blood.Who do you trust after that.
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