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Old 09-18-2004, 12:11 AM #2 (permalink)
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Default Die in sleep in peace

Doctors are masters at what they do. Sometimes the bedside manners may need a little compassion. He would like you to feel that when and if he dies in his sleep this would be a peacefull time. If the person is truly in deep sleep this is the ideal time to pass away. But as we all know, ideal time is Murphys Law. It is very hard and emotional to see what you have seen so far. You would love nothing else but for your relative to go in as less pain as possible. But this disease does not allow patients that fortune. These patients have gone thru more twists annd turns in the last few months then anyone else in a few decades. They DO NOT GIVE UP. If they have to manage horrific pain they do. And as we look on we feel they are saints for going thru it all. These are people first. So the Dr. has given you the chance to really get to know your realitive. Talk, laugh, be their, and show your pain.
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