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She very determined and threatening to move out on her own. She has severe dementia and thinks she either back at her hometown or in city and it been mentioned more frequently that she wants this. I been caring for 4 years and the past 8 months has been the hardest. I'm very stressed and tired physically, emotionally, and spiritually. I am trying my very best cause its requires a lots of patiience, but the past few days its very hard. Please advise what i can do to calm her down about moving out.

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My Mom did the same thing to me and after a few visits to facilities that she could live in soon changed her mind.....good luck.
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Talk with her doctor about it. She may have UTI or other infection going on and can causes changes in behaviors.
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best bet is to play along , i would take my dad out for joyride , its cabin fever .. once he s satisfied about the joy ride an dgoing drive up window and order some good old wendy chilly i have a pillow and set it on his lap and he would chow down on them good chilli ,
sometimes u do have to play along and say ok let s go house shopping and just go for a drive , take her to a bad looking houses and ask her what she think of that one etc then go back home im sure she will realized theres no place like home ....
standing there telling her no u cant no u will not no no no , will just piss her off more , they lose that power of begin a boss for many years and they do not like us kids telling them no ,
play along and they ll be shock !!!
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