My husband has had dementia for 6 years and I haven't been away from him more than two hours at a time. He also has ptsd and this makes things really interesting at times. For years I've not let emotions show. I've lost all my friends because I can no longer be there for them as before. Family don't want to be bothered. God has always been so real to me but what about the human touch. All of a sudden I'm falling apart and can't stop crying. I have no one to give me a break and he wouldn't allow it anyway. Does anyone else have these problems or is something wrong with me?
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