I am the caretaker for my husband who has PPMS. Does anyone else feel alone with no help or support from their family? My family is supportive, but my husband's family is not. I know it hard for them watching him die, but he just wants to spend some time with them now. His mother and daughter have both told me that they can't deal with this. Does anyone have any ideas how I can help them cope so that they can see my husband more now before it is too late?
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