My husband won’t accept his situation. Blames me. I don’t ask/explain things corrrectly. So we argue, then it’s my fault too, because I shout. Everyday we have some sort scene. My home has become a battle ground. From the moment he gets up, I have to tell him to shower, change his underpants,socks. Which he questions then argues. The day goes well until I correct him. I know I’ve got to stop arguing and correcting. He’s had this for 6 years, was actually diagnosed last year. He has unspecified Dementia. He’s 74 now, physically fit, if getting thin. His last cognitive score was 61/100. He still drives. I know he gets lost at times. He doesn’t tell me much. I can’t take his driving away, I’m hoping that the doctors will, when they deem it necessary. He was always very occupied, he read, did gardening, no job was a problem any diy job he did easily. He can’t now, but thinks he can gets incredibly angry when I call someone in. Makes me nervous. He’s not a nasty or violent man but his frustration makes him very hard to deal with? How long does this terrible thing take, when will he be easier to deal with? I’m fed up talking to all the society’s and getting nowhere. He takes 11 pills a day, he has controlled Angina, he’s had a heart bypass, so he’s on all associated pills, as well as gout pills, a memory pill, which I don’t think does anything. I have to supervise his pills, they come in a blister pack, but he often gets that wrong now. I can’t get away for a break, he wouldn’t accept carers. Our grown up children will help but even that’s difficult for him to accept. This is my first time so I seem to have opened up myself and my problems, which I’m sure aren’t unique to me alone.