Dealing With Tragic Loss Without Despair and Misery

February 25, 2014 at 6:21 am Leave a comment

Tragic loss has never really hit me.  When my grandma died, I just seem to not mourn her.  I did not go into deep states of despair.  Rather, I choose to remember the good memories of that person

My Uncle could be dead by the end of the week.  It is sad thing, but there has been a few days to emotionally prepare for the moment when we have to pull the plug.  Pulling the plug is not the most easiest thing to do.

However, does he want to die with the dignity of not putting my family through a massive amount of financial burden.  I think the answer is not.  Putting somebody through the burden of putting them in nursing home and then let the vampire of the health system drain my families resources is not worth it.

We will serenely accept that he might die.  It is something we cannot change.  We just need to have the wisdom to have the difference not to mourn, but remember the happy moments that he wanted to live.  That is how he would like to remembered.  And we will always remember him.

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