I can tell you from first hand experience that some times they do get angry . They may not be able to express the fear of the unknown. Moving him is always the hard part. Brace your self because he may even blame you and other family members. He can settle down once the change is accepted as the norm. I remember my husbands first transition from home to nursing home care, we both cried most of our visits, he did not understand why he was placed there . One day he asked me what he had done wrong? had he killed some one to be locked up. My heart broke because he is the kindest person to humans and animals. We are 5 years down the road now, we enjoy our time together, and it is never an issue of why he is there. Hang in there it will get better for you both.View Thread
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