My 95 year old moved in with me after she fractured her hip. Previously she was living with my sister. I work full time outside of the house. I have some flexibility and work one day from home to shower and spend time with mom. I have a boyfriend who lives separately and not being able to come and go as I previously did is stressful on our relationship. Mom is very “with it” and alert mentally, physically her body is failing and she suffers from constant worry of what will happen to her and where she should live. She feels like a burden. It’s sad. Much to be thankful for and yet she can’t seem to accept that at 95 things happen and even with her strong faith she is so worried all the time. She won’t take meds to help and she does not share her feelings. I find myself not spending much down time with her as my time with her is very task-driven with treatments, discussing medical appointments, bathing, washing clothes, etc. I get a feel for how she’s feeling. I know her time is limited and I feel guilty. She’s pretty much confined to her bedroom on the second floor. I have an aide coming in two times a week for two hour shifts, of course she feels it’s not necessary. She was fairly independent prior to hip fracture albeit still a home body. Any suggestions or similar experiences welcomed. Thank you.