She moved to an assisted living place near me 4 months ago. She doesn't eat or socialize with other residents, hates bingo etc, but she's always been that way, nothing new. She's stated that she's lived too long, is just taking up room, feels guilty about my added responsibilities. f I reassure her constantly about how much I love her, how important she is, and that it's my joy to help with things. She won't take medication, just blood pressure and thyroid, rarely Tylenol for pain. She has memory problems, but not too bad compared to many. I try to have her go outside for fresh air, but she won't right now. She does go down from her apartment to order her meals, then back down to pick them up, so she gets out about 6 times a day, has a Visiting Angel come twice a week, and me the other days. Is there anything else I can do to give her a purpose to live and enjoy what she can? She's healthy, no diseases, and could conceivably live another decade, but not want to. She's never been diagnosed with a mental illness, though I have and am very familiar with depression. I don't think she would ever take antidepressants even if she were diagnosed.