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Death
Jun 8, 2014
... Your question is so brief, I am not quite sure what you are looking for. You might get more helpful answers if you elaborate a bit more on your concerns about dying. (2 replies)
Death
Jun 7, 2014
... Any thoughts about scared of dying? (2 replies)
... Hi. There are grief counselors for children and if your ex is utilizing hospice care (her should be at this point) there are social workers available who specialize in helping children who are losing parents- or have lost a parent. I know I read about a camp recently, camp bereavement- which is for kids under 13 who lose a parent....they help kids to heal and spend time with... (2 replies)

... I think you need to talk with him about how different people handle these types of situations. You can probably find some parallels in his own life to draw from. Some people face these terminal situations with strength and love. Some are devastated and angry and push people away. Perhaps there are times when your sone has been sick or upset about something and reacted in... (2 replies)
... Can anyone please offer some advice. Sadly my ex husband is at end-of-life with cancer, he has been given 8 weeks. Until he got sick (9 months ago) he shared a great relationship with his son, they got into all sorts of mischief with weekends at dads, sports etc. However when it came to light that he had cancer it was very quick, he sent us a text from the hospital. Then... (2 replies)
... Hello, My name is Chris. My mom has been battling Non-small cell Adenocarcinoma since late last year. When it was found she was a stage 3a. They only seen it in her left lung at the time and was about the size of your fist. It was touching the rib cage and a major blood vessel was wrapped around it. At the time it was determined that the best treatment would be to shrink it... (1 replies)
Mom dying
Oct 24, 2013
... Thank You!!! For your replies, it meant the world to me, Iím not alone. The last 24hrs has been really hard for my mom. Dementia wow on top of everything else. My heart is broken watching her going through different stages of dying. ďShe said Iím old itís time for me to die, call her Pastor get her funeral readyĒ I said yes mamĒ Everything is ready it was easy doing... (5 replies)
Mom dying
Oct 24, 2013
... Thank You!!! For your replies, it meant the world to me, I’m not alone. The last 24hrs has been really hard for my mom. Dementia wow on top of everything else. My heart is broken watching her going through different stages of dying. “She said I’m old it’s time for me to die, call her Pastor get her funeral ready” I said yes mam” Everything is ready it was easy doing... (5 replies)
Mom dying
Oct 19, 2013
... se her more quickly. If she has dementia, you may need to repeat things when the time seems right in case she has forgotten. May she go in peace. When my Dad was dying and very near the end, I darkened the room, put on some soothing music and lit some small candles to carry him into the night. ... (5 replies)
Mom dying
Oct 19, 2013
... s been on hospice for 4 months. She has been in active dying stage for over a month now. ... (5 replies)
... I am sorry that you are suffering so much. If you really want to think about it, we are all dying from the moment we are born. It's just a matter of time for everyone. Have you asked your doctor if there is something you can take to help you sleep? ... (3 replies)
Mom could be dying
Jul 12, 2010
... Hi: I wanted to let you all know that my mom did pass in early July. The two months were horrible and I think the medical profession is really in dire straights. First she went into the hospital and they released her to a nursing home for "rehab" - mom had 2 weeks of radiation and it was torture. She was throwing up all the time. So she was released to her home and... (10 replies)
... I've been a hospice volunteer for ten years now, every week I keep company to dying people either few months away from death or right at their last breath. BTW I am your age. ... (30 replies)
... I'm so glad you and your son are getting together. My brother had not contacted my dad for 20 years. When my dad was dying, my brother finally went to see him, and it brought new life to my dad. The doctors didn't expect him to live through the night. He live another 6 weeks. During that time, they shared alot, And was grateful for the time together. The past is the... (30 replies)
... Raging against the dying light may seem poetic, but it's downright torturous if death is an impending personal experience. ... (30 replies)
... ing for even hastening one hour toward his death. I love my dad very much. This has been torturous for all of us. He is very strong, and I believe his fear of dying keeps him from letting go. ... (1 replies)
... I'm definitely trying to do that. Some of my relatives are still in denial, they're convinced that if I just try some miracle vitamin or some other nonsense, that I will pull out of this. But I've been to two doctors and both of them told me the same thing. The cancer has spread, and I am down to a few months at best. The problem is that my family is not accepting it,... (30 replies)
... I hope you contact your son and can meet with him. As someone who had an "absent" father, I would have loved for him to contact me before he passed away. He never did. Make the best of the months (maybe years) that are left. There must be someone you can share your feelings with and talk honestly about dying. People are probably uncomfortable about the subject so it may be... (30 replies)
... iagnosis to going "Home" The hardest 9 months we had ever had. Chemo, radiation, it all took its toll. He didn't, wouldn't accept his illness or the prospect of dying either. I cared for him almost by myself, in spite of my job. Hospice let us down I felt. They came too late. ... (17 replies)
... nd it shockingly didn't bother me because he had dementia and he went quickly overnight. We didn't know anything until he was already dead. He had no idea he was dying and really didn't know us. So it was like he had died years ago and it was just his body that survived. ... (10 replies)


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