Hi, I’m sorry that you’re going through this. My best advice is to actually not go look for the other house. She’ll never find it, and you’ll waste a lot of gas along the way. She’s looking for a house that doesn’t exist any longer: perhaps it’s a house where you both were younger, if you have kids, it’s a place where they played, it FEELS different now. She’s looking for a feeling, not so much a location. Instead of asking why she wants to go, say you can go in a little bit. Give an excuse as to why you can’t go “right now” (i.e. the car needs gas, it’s dark, it’s raining, you’re waiting for a phone call, there’s a good TV show on, etc.) Delay, delay, delay. There’s no point in showing her the house she’s looking for is the one she’s in: it just doesn’t make sense to her.