I know what I am about to say may upset some people and for that I apologise.I am looking after my Hubby with Alzheimers. I am 10yrs his junior and all I can see in my future is loneliness, It hasn't been an easy marriage, he's always been hard work to get on with. I don't know why or how we are still together if I'm honest but now he has this, I feel angry, resentful. At what stage am I allowed to move on.What makes it worse is I am a Christian and with that comes Guilt for feeling like this. I would just like someone at some stage to care for me. I would never just abandon him and intend to make sure his life is as enjoyable as possible at whatever stage he is at. People say I have to make time for myself which I try to do, make a life for myself, HOW?
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