Guest author Lizzy Miles explains in her article here and in Pallimed.org why telling a dying loved one they can “let go” might not be such a hot plan; it might even make things worse: 883 more words
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As an atheist, I shudder at the thought of a chaplain at my bedside when it’s my time to die. However, today I was privileged to listen to a truly profound and helpful chaplain guide someone close to me on “the business of dying.” 556 more words
After what we hoped would be a short top up visit to Hospital, Dad has finally returned home… 7days later than expected.
The last week has seen him deal with a number of different emotions, lots of pain, many low moments and confusion as to which was up & down. 448 more words
Yesterday we attended the scheduled appointment at the Hospital in Valencia with regards to seeing if Dad would be a suitable candidate to take part in the Clinical Study being carried out on patients with Lung Cancer. 797 more words