I was with my mom when she died last month. She had not been able to talk or communicate with me. I knew she was going to die ( I dont know if she knew she was going to die). But when she did, it seemed anything BUT peaceful....and I cant get the images out of my head. She was choking, and green and black stuff was coming out her nose and mouth. I was telling her it was ok to let go.. I wish she would have gone peacefully, it may have made this easier.
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