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Topic - Kristy Bryner
Kristy Bryner worries her 80-year-old mom might slip and fall when she picks up the newspaper, or that she'll get in an accident when she drives to the grocery store. What if she has a medical emergency and no one's there to help? What if, like her father, her mother slips into a fog of dementia?
"I feel like I'm being split in half between coasts," said Bryner, 54. "I wish I knew what to do, but I don't."
"Someone needs to check on her, someone needs to look out for her," she said. "And the only someone is me, and I don't live there."