I took care of a pt who had a daughter who truely was borderline personality disorder. DeLing w/ her was crazy, as those familiar w/ bpd know. The pt was end-stage and the daughter's vehement; furious demands were contrary to the patient's best interests. Anyway, I advocated for the pt and her needs. The daughter was furious. I only cared for the pt once, as the daughter asked that I not care for her mother. The pt's other daughter was very apologetic about her sisters behavior, and begged that her mother not suffer, which I totally agreed with. One day later, the MDs forced the issue and the family made her comfort measures only. She died peacefully shortly thereafter. The crazy daughter saw me as the family wad leaving the hospital and yelled awful things at me. Well, it turns put that she called the DOH, and the hospital is frantic to satisfy the DOH, and I was suspended for 2 days via a phone call from my boss. I was not obnoxious at all, just tried to sort out the truely wrong demands of this woman. The other sister was completely fine with me and appreciated my efforts to help this family understand end-of-life options. I've been through it personally more than once, and have always been thanked by families whom I have helped through that experience. I am angry that I am the hospital's sacrificial lamb to satisfy the DOH complaint. What, if amything, should I do?