The Dr asked him if he wanted memory pills. He said no, I don’t have dementia. He keeps trying to argue this point with me. I read somewhere we aren’t supposed to convince them they have dementia but goal is to keep them safe. Not sure how to convince him he needs memory pills. I did say it will probably help you to keep your independence as long as possible. He said I don’t care I don’t trust the doctor, so I’m not going back. He keeps trying to convince me that the girl down at DMV said he seems fine to her so the Dr. is the one that’s wrong. Anyone else feel like pulling out some hair? I need to ask my husband to sit down with me and convince him to sign a power of attorney. The rest of the family throws it upon me, but he either argues or walks away. I guess I can explain it’s in his best interest or the state will appoint a guardian and may not abide by his wishes?