I am her POA. When I visited her today, she was in a nasty mood; complaining that she did not like the facility, and said she wanted to leave. There is no other place for her to go. She is at a level 3 assisted living because she is wheelchair bound and needs total care after falling and breaking her hip in a previous ALF. (I wrote this story to AgingCare.com a few months ago). Now, fast forward today. She is in a better ALF that is smaller and provides more care bc there is a 1:7 staff to resident ratio. I know she will have an adjustment period and this type of behavior is expected, but I need help in coping with her moodiness. She has mild dementia from a brain aneurysm several years ago. She has circulation problems and atrial fibrillation and is morbidly obese. She lived with me for two years, and I have provided care to her for 7 years with the help of my brother, who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and has six months to one year to live. I am getting burned out; I work full time; and ALF or nursing home are the only options. What are your suggestions for coping with a very difficult situation?