My husband lost his parents in Aug 05. His Dad had a battle with surgery and diabetes both with complications. One night his Dad went into another diabetic coma, his mother shot his dad and then herself. We beleive to end his suffering. (he did not want to go back to the hospital and she wouldnt be without him) My husband was the one to find them. He keeps everything inside. I think I see some signs... moody, not sleeping well, lost interest in activities, drinking....... He just doesnt think talking to someone would help much less medications. I think pushing would just make it worse. If any one has any suggestions i would greatly appreciate it Thank you and God Bless
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