My grandmother died almost a month ago. She was hospitalized a few months before that and we had to either give her the feeding tube and her maybe not wake up or we had to hope she would eat on her own. We were scared and went with no feeding tube. Within 2 weeks she refused to eat, and then stopped drinking. She starved to death. She was 92 years old and deserved more. Now I feel guilty that she died and it's all my fault and I can't seem to grieve because I am afriad to.
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