My Mum still refuses to accept that anything is wrong with her. Despite being told by her GP that they think she is showing early signs of Lewy Body dementia, she continues to refuse to accept that anything is wrong with her. She is more concerned with what everyone will thing about her being "labelled" with dementia than the possible improvements that could be made to her life by accepting the diagnosis and working with it. I am finding this increasingly difficult to deal with as some days, she phones me 5-6 times a day, despite knowing that my children are at school and I am at work. The messages get more and more irate at me not being there to talk to her. When I ring her back, she point blank denies ringing me so many times and says that she will not do it again, until the next time. It is very hard on my children. I have three girls, aged 11, 10 and 5 and the older girls are certainly very aware of the situation wiht "Nanna". They have been very understanding about us all spending lots of time at her house and them basically being ignored while my husband and I clean the house because you wouldn't want to eat or drink out of anything in the house before we had cleaned it!!! I am due to go with my Mum to her GP for a three month review with the GP and the Consultant Physchiatrist soon and am struggling with how to deal with this meeting. Do I explain the situation as I see it and risk once again upsetting my Mum or do I allow her to keep up the pretence that all is well with her life when it is anything but????? Do you force someone to admit that they are not well or do you pretend that all is well just not to upset them??