We attended a consultation recently and Dad agreed to attend the therapy group, whether he actually follows this through remains to be seen. He seems angry all the time, never has a good word to say about anyone or anything, this is so bad that the simplest conversation escalates into a full scale argument. I worry when he's with strangers in case he offends anyone and the situation potentially turns very nasty but what can we do, we can't be with him all the time. He's always been a very selfish person and refused to acknowledge that other people have just as many aches and pains as he does, in fact given his age he's a lot more agile and active than many others that I've witnessed. We sort of get the impression that he thinks the world now owes him a living, that he shouldn't reimburse travel costs or supply of provisions by friends or family ( if he was financially compromised this wouldn't be an issue but we know he has money ) Christmas came and went with no evidence of presents for the grandchildren and this hurts so much because they are always prepared to bake a cake, make a pie or even deliver a bag of vegetables. Have any other carers experienced this kind of behaviour?