So with you and sympathise as the extreme mood swings are the worst to cope with as they come out of the blue. That coupled with the anti social feelings she now has make for difficult decisions but thanks to family and neighbour support I am managing to escape on holidays for solo travelles but for how long? Nobody knows or can guess, good luck.I can completely understand where you are coming from. My wife insists on watching recorded tv programmes which we must have watched 20 times. She wont go for memory tests or allow me to be with her when we visit the GP. He has agreed with me that she has dementia for over a year now. She gets very very angry at me for lying as according to her I never tell her anything. Yesterday for example we had to go to collect a new car which she had to sign for (motability) and as she finds it very hard to go out it had been planned and discussed ad nauseam for weeks and written on the calendar. After we returned home with the car later that evening she turned really violent and wanted to know why I had dragged her out of bed early in the morning so that I could get a new car which she didn't want and knew nothing about. There is obviously no answer to these questions which is really the most challenging aspect of her illness. She constantly loses things and gets angry and violent accusing me of being the cause. Within 30 minutes she said she was sorry for being angry. This morning she started off again screaming at me as to why I did such a horrible thing dragging her out of bed for something she didn't know about. Groundhog Day . I have no wife I have no life I have no peace I have no future I have no hope. I'm sick of being stuck in this hell. I could kee on ranting but hey that's life as a carer ain't it.