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Question by kennedy: My mom will probably die unless I go against my dad…advice please?
I know this is kind of long but if you could please spare some of your time and read it it would really help. I’m 16 years old and the oldest of 4. Our parents are just starting the divorce process. My dad has given her plenty of chances in the past to agree to something that will keep her on his health insurance plan, but she won’t agree to his terms. My mom is irresponsible (she got a DUI when she totalled our car last year with me in the passenger seat) and immature most of the time, she always tries to tell me and my siblings stories about our dad when he’s not around and tries to turn us against him. Needless to say, I favor my dad over her.

She (and this is confirmed by doctors) has the beginnings of ovarian cancer. If she doesn’t get it taken care of, it will turn into ovarian cancer. She has a crappy job and no insurance so if she gets sick she won’t be able to get treatment unless she somehow stays on my dads plan. She told me to try and get him to agree to her terms, which I’m sure include more than just health insurance. I don’t want her to get custody of us or for my dad to have to pay her more than is necessary, but I don’t want her to get sick either. She says he won’t listen to her, and it’s true that he always takes my opinions into consideration, though I’m not sure that extends to something of this magnitude even if I did try and help her. Any advice or tips? Please don’t say “let her get sick”. I know she’s made mistakes, but my youngest brother is only 8 and I don’t want him growing up without a mom.

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Answer by Candice Gaudet
You need to let them come to an agreement. This should not be your job and you should not be put in the middle. As hard as it will be- let them come to an agreement. Your Mom shouldn’t be using you to get your Father to agree with her. They are grown ups and it’s their problem. I hope things work out for you and your family!

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