Hi Anjo, this is the first time I have been on this forum for 3 years. My husband was diagnosed 7 years ago. You are describing just how I felt and how my husband was behaving. It is so awful, you just feel that no one understands. I really empathise. I went to our PD nurse about it and they changed his medication around and did some cognitive tests which mostly showed up memory problems. It seemed to get better for a while but has slowly slipped back. Now we are back where he was. He is cold , lies all the time, almost to a point that he lives in a different world to me, even though we have done more or less the same things. He swears black is white, cant remember things, and gets very angry very easily. Accuses me of lying, when I try and steer him back to the reality. I feel he is trying to keep going even though he must know his memory is failing him. He falls asleep at the drop of a hat, even in the middle of eating a meal !!
I have sort of given up on it being any different now It has almost become the norm. I just handle it. Mostly by not arguing or pushing him to listen . I just say Yes dear! The very hardest part is that sometimes he is much better , almost himself but it is only for a little while, ie a few hours. He usually can be nice to others as well , which hurts.
I do hope you have find something that helps your situation. It does sometimes make you wonder why you stay with them, but I personally just cant leave him, that feels too cruel. I sort of assume that this is only going to get worse??? oh heck.
Is anyone else out there in the same situation as Anjo and myself.