Well, today was the day that we had to hand back his driver's license and get an ID card in return. He is VERY angry about it as I knew he would be. I haven't let him drive in months and he was ok with that as long as he had a driver's license in his pocket but being "told" by some authorities that he CAN'T drive is something altogether different for him. I just gave him one of his 'calm down' pills. Also, we have had an offer on his car so that is probably a double whammy for him. The lady at the DMV told that I would be surprised to know how many people come in with ALZ and demand that they get their license back, drive anyway, demand to get a behind the wheel test, etc.
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