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    Moved into a 55+ community
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    anonymous posted:
    I am the only one left in my family and I wasn't receiving any assistance from spouses' family; so we made the big move to a 55+ community. My spouse has ALZ but tells the other residents the reason we are here is because of me. In fact he has become real popular with a good portion of the residents. Will find fault with everything I do and has no idea how I feel. I am really having a hard time this week and I thought this move would be good for both of us but I am the one that is ready for a nervous breakdown! Our doctor says this is normal but it seems like it's been a few years already and the abuse is getting to me! Would appreciate any suggestions? Thank You!
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