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    Loss: My husband lost his 2 year fight with cancer on Friday. He went peacefully and at home.................

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      Oh Babygirl, I'm at a loss, I don't know what to say to you or how to express my sadness at losing your beloved husband. There are no words to adequately express my profound and deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones. I have no idea what can be said to comfort you at this time or if anything can comfort you other than the fact that your husband is finally free from the pain & suffering he has had to endure. About 9-10 years ago I lost my belived kitty to liver failure. My cats were the children I was never able to have. When my little Fred died I was inconsolable. I received a sympathy card from the vet that tried so hard to save him. There was a poem in the card called 'The Rainbow Bridge'. When a beloved pet dies, it crosses the Rainbow Bridge to a place where there is no sorrow or suffering. Where your beloved companion can be free to run, play and eat any darn thing it wants to. A place called Heaven. And there it patiently waits, in between frolicking and munching, to be reunited with its beloved owner. I believe human beings cross this same bridge. And I believe they all wait to be reunited with us, keeping watch until they see us at the other end of that bridge. I know my beloved Fred is patiently waiting there for me as surely as I know your beloved husband will wait for you. Until then, I hope they find each other and wait together. May God in His infinite wisdom give you & your loved ones the strength you will need in the coming weeks, months and years to survive this profound loss. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you.

      over 6 years ago
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    Other Care (Hospice): My husband was placed in hospice last Friday. He lays on a hosp. bed in the living room with oxygen. He is on morphine (only .5 cc) every 2 hours and 2 - 100 mg pain patches. He isn't eating enough to keep a cat alive and is loosing weight. The doctors say there is no way of knowing how long he will last like this, as he is still drinking and able to move around some. He is a very stubborn and hard headed man and has always done as he pleases. He says he is NOT going to stop driving and plans on driving to the airport when ever he wants. (He is a private pilot). I don't know how to stop him or if I should...............

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