Hi, I'm carer for my Mum, she's declined lots because of lockdowns. My siblings live nearby, one visits Mum when he can the other doesn't seem to care. My Aunt, Mum's sister lives further away. I can't seem to do anything right, I did a lot of research around the covid vaccine and got trolled by my family over it. I gave permission for Mum to have the vaccine then my family say it was the wrong one because she was really ill off it, yet it was me up at 2am nursing her through and then feeding her because she was too ill to hold a spoon. I'm researching care homes as I see Mum will need one at some point fairly soon, I want to be prepared, my Aunt says Mums will not be going into a care home. My cousin says Mum should be on a low carb, low fat, low sugar diet but doesn't seem to grasp that would I mean I would be preparing 28 meals per week (4 small meals a day). I work part time, dropped my hours to look after Mum more. If I say anything I'm being confrontational. I'm in my 30's and always prioritise Mums care but I want a life too, as much as is possible at the moment...sorry for the rant, I just don't feel anyone understands and maybe someone can offer some advice - how does one deal with a difficult family? I don't want to fall out with them any of them but it's getting me down. Tia.