I am new to this comm. and can't believe I found it. I am a member of the chronic pain comm. and saw this cite on one of my "friends" journal. How I wish I had known about it 6 years ago when I lost my precious mother! But I am so glad I have found it now and I still miss her everyday.... She passed away from a massive brain stem stroke in Dec of 2000. I took a leave from work (I was still working then) and stayed at the hosp with her the entire 3 months she was there. I saw so many painful things happen to her, anyone who has lost a loved one in the hosp. I'm sure knows what I mean, and I still will have flashbacks to some of those things that I cannot get out of my mind. Maybe here I can finally talk about it and gain some peace. Thank's for listening.
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