Is this just me or doe's anyone else cry at the drop of a hat when they go to visit there loved one's at n/homes ? A yr on and i still find it difficult to ajust to seeing him there. I do try and not let anyone see, but a carer walked passed the room and because dad had a good day i told him something he would have been so proud off, and for a second i knew he understood because he cried has well. I bet she thought i had upset him. But the moment was special and i couldnt explain to her it was a good cry for him to have understood. He is settled in the home , its just that i see him still as with mum at home and so wished to have him still there. I'm realy made of sterner stuff than this but having got to the stage now this week gone, the week of his 77th b/day he now doesn't know who we are, so found it difficult opening presant and cards a thing to have to do. Sorry if anyone is upset by this but it has been eating away at me all weekend.