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A family caregiving drama outlined on social media has drawn over 12,000 reactions and 3,000 comments — with others still weighing in on the situation.
It involves the caregiving of a 75-year-old man who lost his wife and is still grieving — and a son who wants to move the dad into his own family home over his wife's objections.
A mom of three spelled out the details on Reddit related to her husband and his dad — and asked others for input.
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She said her husband's mother "passed away late last year. It was very hard on him and his father. The holidays were rough. My husband is still struggling, and I've been doing my best to be kind, supportive and understanding."
However, the woman also said, "he's been less attentive with our three kids," whom she said are 14, 12 and 9 — "and I'm pretty sure he's struggling at work, too, but he won't admit it. He started therapy about a month ago and is going once a week."
The Redditor did not share the family's location — but added that just a few weeks ago, her husband said he wants to move his 75-year-old father into the home.
A woman shared a family controversy that involves her father-in-law, who is in his mid-70s (not pictured). She said he just lost his wife, and now her husband, still grieving the loss of his mother, wants to move the also-grieving dad into the couple's home. Thousands of people on Reddit weighed in. (iStock)
"He said that his dad is struggling, too, and that being in the house he shared with his wife [for] the past 50 years isn't doing him any good."
She also wrote on Reddit, "He had an entire plan laid out, so it was obvious to me that he's been planning this for a while without talking to me about it."
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The wife and mother said her husband "wants to move his dad into the room that we just moved our middle child into last summer."
"I told him that barely any time has passed since his mom's death, and it's too soon to make such drastic changes in everyone's lives."
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