This old fool plays his game to the maximum today: he called us at 3 am and 5 am complaining of "dizzliness and brain problem" though he was just released by the doctor yesterday by 4 pm (he must be fine otherwise the doctor won't release him right?)
and when I hang up his phone, he came to my house as early as 6 am!! I told him that I can't help him as I am not a doctor, so I have no way but to call the ambulence again
I have consulted the police, they said next time I can call the ambulence together with the police, saying we need help but if my dad is not really hurting my mum but just threatening or being fierce, they can't do that much but only to persuade him to act better
Now I have to wait till my brother's return and see what can we do? We do think the reason why he plays so many tricks is want to move back to my house, of course it is not possible since he is so horrible to live with.
And the social worker has confirmed that we cannot force him into old people's home unless we got a doctor's prove saying he is having brain problem that he cannot make decision of his own, but however, the doctor said he has no problem with his brain ,he is just playing games.......
And even if he is willing to move to old people's home, it still takes some time, i don't know if i can support any more ......... Now I am eating both the high blood pressure and anxiety medicines
he is heartless, as he is suffering so he also wants us to suffer like him. I can't ignore him as he is calling/coming to my house ..........
if he is not willing to live in old people's home, the worst that i can do is to move out from this house for some time (its not easy for me to sell the house so quickly, and especially with him being come to my hosue every day, that he gonna realises I am selling the hosue to avoid him) and rent another house outside for some time, changed my lock so that he can't come it, but its stilll problematic coz by then he will get more crazy, or may set fire to my house (even though I can ask the care taker not to let him in, but he may come to my house without the care taker's notice)
thanks again for listening