I lost my mom on March 12th of this year. She had Peripheral Neuropathy for 5 years. I took care of her through most of that time, she couldn't walk at all and towards the end couldn't use her hards and was seeing things that weren't there like her mom who passed 8 years ago or she saw me killing kittens witch of course I would never do. I was her care giver for a long time. I gave her shots, but her on her bed pan, gave her pills, gave her a bath. We did have some help with hospice but not much since we live so far out in the mountains. My dad helped a lot to but he had his job to do so I did everything he couldn't. After my mom died it didn't hit me till a week after I didn't cry at all until then. I just wanted to put my story out here. Thanks for reading.. Eden
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