My 90 year old mother has diabetes. Everytime she goes grocery shopping with her caretaker, she takes (and does not pay for) candy bars, which she later eats.
I’ve asked the caretaker to watch her more carefully, but this hasn’t helped.
What should I do?
My mother and I live in the same condo building, so I could go into her apt and remove the candy (while she is asleep) and return to the store at a later time. Or should I leave everything alone?

Answer:

If you mother will not notice, you can certainly take it and give it back. If she will notice another option would be to asses what she takes and pay for it at the store.

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