A close family member is ill with dementia and his condition is getting progressively worse. He spends most of his time alone these days. It sucks! His kids aren't even there for him or help take care of him. It's not really their job to, but he was a single parent only working for his kids while they were growing up. (They are in their early 20s now and their lifestyle is.. "not having money, but looking like they do using daddy's money".) When I do see him once a week, he seems happy and eats more while I'm there. If I could, I would see him more often, but I'm also holding back. If he feels like he owes me for anything, I might be on his will. I really care about him and worry about him so it's quite tough. His inheritance will cause a rift between me and his kids.
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