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Living while dying – Part I
This is the first of a two-part story that I decided to write about a personal experience involving hospice since this is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month… This time it is lung cancer that has spread to lymph nodes … Continue reading
Posted in Lessons from others, My story Tagged assisted-living, challenge, change, dignity, emotionally, estate, executor, faith, friends, funeral, godchild, hope, hospice, love, lung cancer, lymph nodes, medically, nursing, palliative care, radiation, tears, therapy 6 Comments
Through the Eyes of a Caregiver
Pushing my mother’s wheelchair down the long corridor, post-operative healing complete; mom begins the radiation therapy advertised to kill the remaining cancer cells. The smiling, hopeful sounding receptionist welcomes us to the overcrowded waiting area; single serving coffee and hot … Continue reading
Posted in Caregiving Confessions Tagged African-American, book, cancer, caregiver, caregiving, couple, empathetic, healing, radiation, radiation burn, receptionist, stamina, tears, torture, waiting area, wheelchair 4 Comments