Dear Judie: Mom (79) just promised she'd quit driving — again! She lasted two days the first time. One week into her second promise, I passed her on the road. When I confronted her, she cried and said, "I was lonely and had no other way to go out." Mom's recovering from a stroke and her physical responses are too slow to safely control a car. I don't want her to get hurt. How I get her to keep her promise? I'll try anything.