Oh OJ- give him a big hug!!!! I didn't know about your DH- must be really hard for you, although would he be likely to deteriorate? I've worked with people whose bodies have been wrecked and their minds intact from RTA's but not the reverse.
I liked the bit in the University when she was sarky to someone looking- i thought Yay, we've all been there and whoever wrote this knows a thing or two
well my DH has a brain tumour so it was kinda similar in lots of ways, the lack of memory and the mood swings, the bits in the kitchen were just like in our house, except my DH keeps saying i have moved the fridge and things!
Ah so it oculd change then . My friend cares for her Dad who has dementia and its much like this, she also has her sister who has severe mental health issues to contend with and her 3 kids, one of whom has SN. Its so ahrd for her! Everytime she gets a day off, her sister will tuen up and dump her dad on her shouting I cant cope! at her, or she'll cancel at the last minute. He went (voluntarily and loved it) into a care unit for respite, but her sister discharges him hten drops him on friends doorstep and leaves him. She lost her Mum to pre-senile demntia and breast cancer when her Mumw as 39, dad was a good 30 years older then the Mum. I have no idea how she copes- I think you and her are amazing!
it was very touching in parts and sad and funny too, DH videoed it, he felt it was good and all the way throu he was seeing stuff that he does/has done, i am glad i watched it even thou it was scary wondering if DH will end up exactly the same