Dealing with Delusions and Dementia

I have not put out an article for a longtime – and I am sorry for that. It always helps me to write when I am down or having problems. Somehow it helps clear up my mind and gets things off my chest.

Since we talked last I have had a multitude of issues – always to do with delusions and jealousy. It Sadness Depression Dementiabreaks my heart that he honestly thinks I am sneaking out to see other men. I am always right there by his side. When he thinks I am someone else that is when he thinks I am out and about.

When a man thinks he is never wrong – and has dementia it can be excruciatingly hard to handle. I don’t know what to say or do except try and appeal to his commons sense when he knows it is me. Unfortunately there is no common sense anymore.

If anyone who has or is going through this has a suggestion let me know.

I am tired, burned out, depressed and frustrated.  

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