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By WhyM3¿?¿ - / Sunday 31 March 2019 04:00 /
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By  Charlie Given  |  20

if you live in the United States there are many organizations that can help you take care of your mother go to st. Vincent de Paul or Salvation Army or cancer survivors of America all of these places can help direct you to organizations that will help and tell your sister to pull her selfish head out of her ass and help out

By  Sinshine  |  25

Here in Germany (and I assume most of Europe), children are obligated by law to take care of their parents in need of care just like parents have to take care of their young children. I don't know where you are but I think it's worth a try checking out your legal situation and your chances of forcing them to at least pay their share of the bills.

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By  Charlie Given  |  20

if you live in the United States there are many organizations that can help you take care of your mother go to st. Vincent de Paul or Salvation Army or cancer survivors of America all of these places can help direct you to organizations that will help and tell your sister to pull her selfish head out of her ass and help out

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  yallstupid  |  16

I live to be the biggest arsehole on here, sadly it needs to be said so ill say it 800+ accounts banned and counting somehow this one hasnt been banned yet

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  Mungolikecandy  |  17

And here we see the mind of the psychopath. Someone who lacks empathy. The fact he is proud at 800 banned accounts suggests other aspects of mental illness.

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  acmariner99  |  21

800 banned accounts isn’t anything to be proud of. People vent in different ways. I’m not going to explain empathy to someone who doesn’t even know what it means.

By  Sinshine  |  25

Here in Germany (and I assume most of Europe), children are obligated by law to take care of their parents in need of care just like parents have to take care of their young children. I don't know where you are but I think it's worth a try checking out your legal situation and your chances of forcing them to at least pay their share of the bills.

By  James Acosta  |  8

Either get over yourself, and help your mom. Or dump her at your sister's house and leave. simple as that!

By  DanaeZee  |  16

Dear OP,
I can relate so much.
Cared for my mother at your age, too.
Sadly,she passed away after three years.
My sister (ten years older than me btw) never helped or visited but came to the funeral to ask for money and told me, our mom would have survived if she had taken care of her because she has a much more positive attitude (great example at this moment because I was bawling my eyes out and "not positive enough").
I cut her out of my life and all in all I can say it made me more mature and able to care for me and others.
I wish you all the best in this hard times, try to be good to yourself, even if it is not easy.
I do hope your mom will recover and I think you are doing great!
Best wishes from my heart!