... I'm not asking how you would feel at the moment of death. I mean, how would you feel if you have a terminal disease and are dying soon. ... (4 replies)
... How do you feel physically when you're dying? ... (4 replies)
... ceful. He did not appear to be in any discomfort or struggling at all. It was like he just drifting off to sleep... I hope that that is a sign that he did not feel any pain... ... (4 replies)
... Is this post for real?
How would you be able to tell someone as your dying, or why would you? i dnt get this post, sorry. (4 replies)
... Sorry Shashi,
Its just i thought the post was a joke, but now you have explained it, ofcourse its not a joke , i apologise. Go along to your doctor, this tiredness may have nothing to do with your past problem, you could be just worrying really badly, that can wear you out, i can tell you. Try not to worry until you have to worry, easy said than done i know. But go to Docs... (4 replies)
... like having a newborn baby again. You do your best to keep them happy and comfortable, But is that enough and we really can't ask him, cause we really don't know how much he understands when we do ask him, due to the tumor eating away is brain. My mom is worried that he is scared and wondering what he is thinking. ... (13 replies)
... she will not let anyone into the house. It does feel scary to state "Mom is dying! ... (7 replies)
... never in his life. It was a point of pride for him to prove how tough he is, so that even with broken bones from accidents he didn't want pain medicine. ... (324 replies)
... he's been diagnosed i moved back in and swept my problems under the rug. He's gone downhill somewhat fast since all this has happened and still is, I do not know how much longer he has left but not much longer for sure. ... (4 replies)
... struggling myself but have been blessed with many reminders of my mom's continued presence in my life. And if you open yourself enough to it you will be able to feel your mom's love too. ... (10 replies)
... as one in my daughter, My daughter was born a yr after she died but I swear she is my sister reincardinated. And I am sorry about your dad as well. Saw can I ask how bad does the COPD get at the end? ... (13 replies)
... This is a well-written post that mirrored many of the same thoughts I had.
As an only child with no family I'm close with (save an out of town aunt and uncle), I have suffered many major losses within the past 4 years but there is one - and only ONE - thing that keeps me in the fight every single day - my 6 year-old.
No matter what may happen to me, I will fight to... (10 replies)
... You say your body feels malnourished, well of course it does you're having only mashed potatoes and bananas. Why can't you eat? ... (10 replies)
... leves. But she made a promise to him, for him to die at home and thats what we are doing. He's out of it most of the time. Sees things that aren't there, when he does talk nothing makes sense, he gets agatitaed alot with us. We are giving him all the meds hospice has gave to him, but even at times they don't seem to help. ... (13 replies)
... There's no way to know how much time is left. ... (17 replies)
... as a new friend, i wish to send you a hug of comfort. give your dad and hug or kiss and tell him you love him. let him know. let him feel valuable even when hes sick. let him know hes not a burden, even if his dying naturally is. let him know how special he is. ... (5 replies)
... t either take care of my love at home. he stayed there 6 weeks. follow your consious here. if he wants to go home. hospice will help you at home but still i know how it feels not be able to take care of him at home. my daughter lives in New York and im here in North Carolina. she came and thank god she was with him . ... (9 replies)
... Please dont let the fact that they are there bother you now or get in the way of how you feel about your dad, mom and brother....you need to just concentrate on that right now and cross that bridge when you get to it... ... (16 replies)
... It depends if you want to leave a letter for the benefit of the dying person or the benefit of yourself. As writeleft said, she treasures the wallet. It makes her happy. But it does nothing for great grand father. ... (5 replies)
... she was breathing horrible, she had that rattling in her chest. I wish that I never had to see her like that. I held her hand for 3 hours and kept telling her how much I loved her. I had to leave the room to use the bathroom. After I left is when she passed away. I wish that I didn't leave the room. ... (18 replies)