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I tried to care for her at home, but over the last year and a half, it became too difficult.

With the help of our daughters, we found a wonderful senior-living place where she is happy.

If the shoe were on the other foot, I know she'd do the same for me. Enjoy what years you have left, and grab some of the happiness you deserve.

My wife was diagnosed nine years ago, and she, too, has reached the point where she can no longer walk, write or speak.

We have, however, found ways to communicate and spend quality time together.

DEAR ABBY: I'm writing in response to "Requires Companionship" (Feb.

7), whose husband has atypical Parkinson's and she's considering dating.

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My husband has atypical Parkinsons and can no longer talk or walk. I figure I have only 10 productive years left maybe fewer. If ever I heard of a person who needs to join a support group, it is you. Couples who face this kind of diagnosis should have this conversation in advance.

On top of that, he now wants us to have separate Facebook accounts and separate email addresses. Any drastic change in a spouses behavior is cause for concern, and his sudden desire to separate his internet activity from yours is another red flag.

For the most part, I have kept my feelings to myself, but I am worried that my needs are no longer important to him. Stop keeping your feelings to yourself and speak up.

It's possible to plant new seedlings for the future while not causing any problems now. She should work on developing a different approach to communicating with him. Good advice for everyone — teens to seniors — is in "The Anger in All of Us and How To Deal With It." To order, send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for (U. By using the web sites, you may be exposed to content that you may find offensive, indecent, inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise objectionable.

— WISHING HER WELL IN CALIFORNIA DEAR ABBY: As the daughter of someone with Parkinson's, I know what it's like not to be able to talk with a loved one. These patients may lose the ability to speak, but not the ability to think clearly and see what is going on around them. You agree that you must evaluate, and bear all risks associated with, the use of the Times Free Press web sites and any content on the Times Free Press web sites, including, but not limited to, whether you should rely on such content.

The life you had with him was over emotionally and physically long ago. Your husband is having all his needs met, and now it's your turn. Joining a support group may help, but don't put yourself on the back burner. My husband was angry, passive-aggressive and reclusive. With my husband's blessing, I joined and participated in five social groups with different interests — lunch with the ladies, dinners and hikes, craft clubs, etc. We cannot and do not monitor all of the material submitted to the website.

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