I've just had to move my aunt into a care home as she can no longer live alone. She was in hospital for 8 weeks with a severe UTI, she wouldn't accept any care at home and went mad at me for calling her GP. My partner and I have looked after her for a long time; before she was ill, she was very demanding and quite needy (I know how horrible that sounds). My uncle had dementia and Parkinsons, and although my aunt tried to look after him, she couldn't manage, even with our help, and I had to force her to accept some home care for him. Unfortunately he passed away 2 years ago. It's been a very difficult time as I'd lost my mum the year before, and I lost my dad last year. I've not been able to come to terms with the loss as I've constantly had to look after my aunt, as well as holding down a job. I feel so guilty that she's had to move into a nursing home, even though I know that it's the safest place for her, and there's no alternative. We've been visiting her most days, but it's so difficult because even though she doesn't recognise us a lot of the time, she sobs and says she wants to be at home with my uncle. Any advice please?