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I am the caregiver for my husband who has dementia. There is no conversation. I feel like I live with a dead person. I think I have emotionally divorced him.

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Is this normal? Deb, please rest assured that your feelings and emotions are actually not only common, but normal. It can be emotionally challenging and likened to someone with post traumatic stress syndrome. It is difficult to say the least to start each day not knowing what the day will bring. Who will your loved one be today? How will they respond to daily interaction and how will they have changed and progressed? Guilt and loneliness are also huge side effects from being the care provider for a spouse and to not like the person they have become is understandable.

Yes it is normal, but the one thing to keep in mind is you will survive this very difficult time and must live with the choices Fat hubby wanted decisions you make now. That being said, you must also do what you need to do to survive each day as best you can. Do you have a support group? If possible, talk to your clergy, a counselor or someone you trust and can be open and honest with. Exercise is also a great way to help yourself and if you are not already, try to start a routine Fat hubby wanted includes some sort of physical activity other than laundry, dishes, yard work, etc.

Take care and stay strong. This has given me so much insight into the emotional upheaval of this disease. I encourage anybody dealing with this horrible disease to read it. My husband of almost 40 years had early on set dementia. I was fortunate as he died after a little more than 6 years it was very difficult as I worked a fill time job out of necessity and tried to care for him. I never knew what I would find when I returned from work. Federal and state programs only help those willing to quit work to get help.

He only lasted a few months. Looking back after 12 years without him I still miss him terribly. I am in a new relationship which is not anywhere near what I shared ly.

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I am happy I am not alone, I believe you only get that one shot at head over heels in love once in your life. I have known my husband had early dementia for two or three years before he was formally diagnosed with LBD last January. I feel young and energetic but his condition and what it is doing to our lives frightens me as I WANT to live and he has given up. He wants me living on his level because my energy annoys him. I love my husband he has cared for me for the past 50 years and I accept it is now my time to look after him and I am trying really hard but sometimes I wish I could run away and be free.

Thank you for giving me the space to have a rant!

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I just said this to my GP last week that I am going to die before my husband with what the exhaustion stress and anxiety are doing to my body. Thanks for the insight. Waiting for your love one to die is probably worse than them dying. Most days anyway. Then 2 years ago I find that he was carrying on quite well with a close [his] family friend, telling her he loved and wanted her. I was crushed and ready to leave him, but i felt a sense of obligation to get him settled first.

Now I love him but lost so much respect and who knows what else, that I feel resentful every time I care for him, and it comes through! I wonder how much of this is his dementia. I miss my Tony. He has LBD and I have felt so alone in so many ways. Lost as well. My Tony was always the one who would pick me up and now I stand alone even with him standing beside me.

I Fat hubby wanted your feeling of aloneness with them beside you, it is more sad then them being gone and Fat hubby wanted with the memories. I understand, my husband was my best friend, we did everything together. Now I never know what to do. Sometimes we go to an area we use to hike and he loves it, other times he thinks we are on the wrong road and is anxious. I try to plan things for us to do together, but I end up in an argument allot of the time, and it defeats the whole purpose.

I am very alone and lonely as my children live a long way away. They have no idea how it is! She lives in the same town, but has been no help whatsoever.

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She is trying to take over as his healthcare proxy although I am the sole caregiver. I am living a nightmare. My husband was diagnosed with LBD 4 years ago. At the time, the Neurologist told us he had 3 good years left. There have been so many changes since then. My David has gone from a strong, dynamic, force to be reckoned with individual to a frightened little old guy that needs help dressing. I still have a hard time wrapping my head around it. I have run the gambit of anger and guilt so many times. Then, I get angry with myself for getting short with him and have to dig deep, close my eyes, take a deep breath and strive to put things in perspective.

I still love him, but in a different way.

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Thank you for the question. I will check out that book. My husband had sepsis and then brain damage for the last 4 years. I am 72 and caring for him was physically and emotionally draining. After 2 years I went to the bank to see what I do. I took money out of savings and additional loan. I visited him several hours every day. He did Fat hubby wanted home to die for his last 4 months.

I have never felt bad for having him in a long term care facility. I did not dwell for the loss of the person they WERE. What you can experience is pure deep BEING, a recognition missing ironically in our daily interactions. Thank you! We have been married for 45 years. He was diagnosed Dementia recently. We coped with the change in his behavior ok. But, when he was told to stop driving, things turned bad. He left me about two weeks ago and I am miserable. I want him back to our house. As he remarked frequently, he loves our home, especially my cooking.

Why do men with dementia often hate their spouse? I thought I was the only one.

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My husband has had early onset for about 10 years now, he is I am My thoughts and emotions are all over the place. I have the same situation.

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You are not alone. This is so difficult with no help. No talk, only nasty comments from husband in nursing home. I am not wanting to go to see him but must, as nobody else goes. This is me too. He says horrible things to me and never hugs me anymore. It was our 54 th wedding anniversary yesterday nothing from him not even a kiss.

I too question my love for him anymore.

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