Hi KEE1k1 Your post resonated many mixed feelings in me as I am looking at my / our journey from the other side as I plan with my family for a living funeral in the near future. The significant importance of you not being there at your husbands passing happened to a friend recently and I’m sure he new his time had come and his adoring wife also missed the opportunity to be with him at the last moment. She felt as though she had been cheated of that special last moment together it can’t be changed now but I feel her loss for sure. I wish you peace and my thoughts and best wishes go out to you and you family at this time. xoxo 🌺 🌺 🌺 xoxo
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You do not say specifically what disease he has but consult his diet and beneficial foods from his doctor. Also, give him a spiritual life, come to his house often or let him participate in many activities with family and friends, it is a very good way for him to forget that he is sick. Don't mention his illness, treat him as a normal healthy person and do things that are good for his health unknowingly. mapquest driving directions
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Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.