I took a walk which helped get some of the foul energy out of me, but the anger and the guilt are still lingering. Would also choke on water, even drops I tried to give her. She is 89 and in her few brief moments she has of clarity each day says how she hates being bedridden and how humiliating it is to have me tend to her very personal needs.
Such a cruel disease 19 Kathy stahl October 17, at 2: Has anybody experienced this? There is no joy, no pleasure, no comprehension for our beoved parents. It will be oral, and end her ordeal and let her carry on to the happier spiritual path that awaits her. My mother had a stroke 3 years ago, left her paralyzed and trouble speaking.
I have discussed this with my very ill mother and she knows if she cant take any more, to ask me to put an end to her life — and I will do so. Wishing you peace, Nancy 6 celene December 13, at 5: Soory to be a crabapple.
I have a little sister who never sees our mum anymore. Today at the home, my grandmother had an accident and it took them an hour to change her.
How do you get to that forgiveness??
At the moment there is little to no hope for us. Get Hospice for your mom.
I visited my mom today in the nursing home, she has dementia and heart problems. Yes, God will take her in His own time, but you have no right to judge others so harshly either.
People make all the effrort when its too late, and they never came to visit when they were alive. I hope your mission was carried out. I pray every single day and some days I get so angry and resentful that she is still alive, she did not make our lives happy when she was all there so to have to quit 2 jobs to take care of her and her affairs has put a bad taste in my mouth and I just want to bury her and be done with it all.
But why does nobody mention the added nightmare of limited money with which to pay for care? At 98 she almost made it. It is horrible and there is no happy ending in store for mom. It is not right that this terrible situation destroys innocent people who are the caretakers. Simon 5 Nancy Wurtzel February 10, at 9: Take care of yourself.
I now have all kinds of injuries and aches and who cares? Why dont we do the same thing for our loved ones. I pray it is peaceful and that she goes quietly in her sleep.Hello.
Thanks everyone for sharing there experiences. I cared for my mum day in day out for 14 years (Alzheimer’s) and in the last 2 years I increasingly became more angry and resentful towards cytopix.com keep saying what a wonderful job I did,but I know I didn’t and feel ashamed of myself for shouting at her towards the very final stages of her life.
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