She has a bit of narcissism and moderate dementia but wants to stay in her room instead of assimilating in the common area as her doctors and neuropsychologist have ordered. The staff make her eat dinner and lunch in the dining area and stay out for an hour or so in the morning and afternoon (after a short nap) in the common room. She lit into me about how being out in the common area depressed her and didn't help her to hear all that arguing and yelling being done by the staff. She hates any negative feelings, (avoiding them and leaving) and perceives that firmness and loudness is arguing and yelling even though she's pretty much deaf without her hearing aids. I told her it was the doctors orders and that I had seen improvement in the last 4 mos since we started making her do this. She is no longer morosely depressed and her cognition is much better. She just kept arguing with me so I told her I was not there to argue with her and was leaving. She popped off at me but I don't know what was said so I ignored it and shut her door. I reported to the staff she just wanted to argue about the issue so they would be aware. Another factor is her favorite caregiver quit about 2 weeks ago and I think she is angry about that. A fairly new caregiver has been vocally mean in my presence which I have reported and supposedly has been dealt with. Other than refuse to engage her about this, do you all have any advice?