I think @Friday ‘s answer to your question ofconfused
Is that you will probably cope poorly but it’s possible that you will cope well (your mind will stay lucid). In other words, you can’t predict the future (common cognitive distortion) but you can consider probabilities.How will I cope
Thank you! It never got to the point of needing to contact a lawyer. (Still could though). It took ALOT of conversations between my parents and me.The things they needed to see from her to prove that she was fit to come back home were outright unfair, but she was the bigger person and did them without saying a peep. I'm so proud of her for managing to do that while being limited herself given her mentall illness.That’s a lot to take on. I’m very curious how it goes with the lawyer. Sending courage and blessings your way.
Everything was working out well. My mom agreed with the plan, my dad agreed with the plan, and my older sister agreed with the plan. All of a sudden my mom started saying that my older sister could no longer stay at her place anymore.That's a great result! Hope things continue to go well for your sister, even if the journey is bumpy.
I do know that I am ultimately not responsible for their decisions. All I can do is try my best to help my sister. I'm fighting for her, I'm doing everything within my power to protect her, and I can feel good about that regardless of what happens. I'm doing my duty to the fullest of my capacity.As hard and as horrible as this is, please do believe that you are not responsible for anyone's decisions.
It also doesn't mean your sister is going to end her life over this.(if I am picking up what you're implying correctly).
If you are worried about her immediate safety in terms of her ending her life, can you call emergency services?