I am a 55 year old woman. I've been married to my husband since 1968. he'd just come home from Viet Nam. The years have been hard dealing with the ptsd but now he has dementia also and I must make all the decisions. I find myself hovering a little and trying to put myself between him and anything that would or could hurt him. Where do I draw the line? When is it to much? Am I making it worse for him?
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