Greetings, It's 06:30 am and the lady is flushing the loo for about the 1000th time! A week ago she started refusing her pills. Last time this happened I started crushing them up and putting them into drinks. When the GP heard about it she said it shouldn't be done, that mum still had the right to refuse/decide, even with 'diminished capacity'. So this time, I don't give them and here we are. It's perfectly clear the GP is trying to cover her own back, but by not giving mum her pills I feel I'm doing the same selfish thing; or would giving them without consent be the selfish thing? Who else gets into a tangle like this?