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The Final End to a Life Less Lived.


Thursday, December 06, 2012

My father has been through more medical emergencies in the past 3 years than anyone should ever have to go through. It all started with his ribs fracturing for no apparent reason. followed by surgeries and more broken bones including his spine. followed up by a double pulmonary embolism. He has failed to take care of him self, and will not change his situation enough to let anyone help him. It appears he has reached the end staged of organ failure. He will not accept this or take care of himself still. Why can't he just listen and do what he needs to do to get healthy?
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IMMYSTICMARGO 12/7/2012 1:06AM

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CALGIRL80 12/6/2012 4:49PM

  I am sorry to hear this. I work with alot of elderly in my church and often they simply just give up. As one woman told me "I know I am going to die, and I would rather be in pain a shorter period of time". This is hard for us to hear as the survivors. Know my prayers are with you and your family as you care for your dad and begin the grief process.

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BRENDA_G50 12/6/2012 4:31PM

    I'm sorry to hear about your dad, but, some people are just set in their ways and ANY change from that scares them.

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MAGGIEVAN 12/6/2012 4:03PM

    In the end it is his life and to love him is your biggest task even when you don't agree what he is doing. Learn from it. I know what you are talking about. For some people it is easier to just give up. Understand that and love him anyway.

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