If the CL's want this topic closed I do completely understand.
I am a bit on the fence, so to speak, about the subject of refusing medical treatment if you have a terminal illness. Going into hospice rather than choosing to be treated for the illness. In one way I don't think it is suicide. Both of my parents stopped treatment for their terminal illnesses and went into hospice care. Do I think they killed themselves? CERTAINLY NOT!
If I were ever faced with the decision to treat or go into hospice I don't know how I'd feel about it. I hope to never have to make that decision but it weighs on my throughts due to the recent death of a friend who was in hospice and my parents.
By getting this typed out I hope to not ruminate so much on it even if the CL's close or delete it. I realize it is a touchy subject and can be triggering. I just had to get my thoughts off of my chest. Keeping it in is not healthy.
I do not mean to be morbid.
We've had a great weekend. We met the grandkids for the first time and they are ADORABLE. They loved the pool here and we went swimming yesterday. My only issue with that is it is not a zero entry pool so not handicapped friendly at all. I met a goal which was to go swimming this summer although I am going to have to find a zero entry pool that i can use year around. I hope I continue to feel...
I still haven't lost my 4.o but I'm starting to wonder if any of this is worth it. I lost my job and had to take out a loan against school and the topic for this week is soft skills. They are the cornerstone of my beliefs, but I'm to the point of wondering if soft skills are just skills to voice rather than practice. I believe in teamwork more than almost anything else but have been written up...