I'm looking for some guidance for helping my husband with his dementia. He has always had to be in control, and I need advise on how to handle him? He knows he has been diagnosed with dementia, but still thinks he can do everything. He can no longer figure out how to fix things around the house that he always did. He refuses to take suggestions or help from me and refuses to have anyone else help. He takes all his frustrations out on me and, of course, it's always my fault someway. For instance, all summer he has been trying to fix the roof on our patio and all he's done is make a big mess and buy things he thinks he needs for it (which we can't afford). I've been told not to worry about it and let it go, but it looks bad for our neighbors, etc. He gets very restless and takes off to Lowes almost daily and I find he's buying things like another powerdriver when he already has several. If I say anything he instantly starts yelling and I'm afraid he'll get physical. If I'm able to walk away he calms down in a short time.