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Your mother in-law could stand you and you couldn’t stand her but she is now getting up there in age and needs help.  Your wife is stepping up to the plate to become her caregiver however it is creating a wedge in your marriage.  What would you do?

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A man wrote into Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK during his daily 1 pm Reality Hour segment, thinking that his mother in-law is experiencing karma and wanted to know if he is being selfish for letting her chickens come home to roost.

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Dear Sam

My wife’s elderly mother has a form of dementia and some other health issues. She can’t afford 24 hour care, and my wife refuses to put her in a nursing home. My wife’s mother never liked me and used to be Madea like to me all the time, now that she has dementia it has gotten a little worse. Because of her mother and I history she can’t come to our house. My wife then decided to be her mother’s 24 hour caretaker by living at her mother’s house. This has been going on for about 6 months now. She does get a break to come home, when the little aid comes but for the most part this situation has taken a toll on our relationship. I love my wife and I am trying to come up with an alternative solution other than divorce, because why be married if we are not together. I know I sound ruff but her mother needs to experience the karma she let out. Any advice?

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