My husband is 87 (I am 67) and we’ve been married 42 years. He has always been very fit with no chronic health issues until he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s following a cycling accident. Since then he developed dementias that are now extensive. I have him home with me and we have 24/7 care. He is now confined to a wheelchair, can no longer walk without assistance and is losing the ability to speak. However, he does think about sex a lot even though he is unable to move much. I am still working to help offset the financial costs. I had to start sleeping in another room because he is up and restless most nights preventing me from getting rest and he is imagining I am “entertaining” in another room and each time I leave the house he worries I’m “entertaining” even though I send “real-time” pictures and videos showing where I am and who I am with. He loves me and he knows I love him but he can’t shake these fears. Is this a “stage”; hiw do others handle and reassure their spouses?!