Work not for a reward; but never cease to do thy work. The Bhagavad Gita2:
Love your work October 6, at 6: Being alone is much better than the insanity. Maybe that is the problem. Keep up the good work, though. I share your articles with others in different grief situations.
Those articles are down to earth with no fluff. Very helpful to those of us still seeking answers. Rosie Thomas October 5, at She was under hospice care. I live in a different state. She constantly ask for me to come.
My older sister was already there from a different state. She appeared to be in charge. When I got there she was in this dark hot windowless room.
I was appalled being a nurse and having worked in hospice the patient was always in a bright pleasant surroundings.
Anyway I was given limited time to be with her. I had to stay in a hotel due to the fact nobody made accommodations for me. It was 93degrees and no air conditioning. I also had to rent a car there was no one to get me from the airport My sister died during the night and no one called me.
By the time I got to the house her body was already gone. No one told the name of the mortuary or any of the arrangements. My older sister who was apparently in charged cussed me out offered to fight me if I did not leave my sisters home. She told me never to come back.
I flew home a day later. I found out after returning home there had been a memorial service a week after I left, she had been cremated and only God knows where her ashes are,she left behind three adult children who now hate me and saying awful things about me. My sister will not apologize for treating me badly and now her granddaughter who was not even there is giving me hell for upsetting her grandmother I have been diagnosed with PTSD,depression and anxiety.
This occurred prior to my sisters death. Grieving is so hard on me. I am the black sheep in the family and have always been mistreated by my family. How do I get through this? It has only been 2weeks. Heather October 30, at 4: Your family sounds dysfunctional.
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I have had many dreams where she would come to my home from PR (trust me, this is a nightmare to me). One night, though, she dragged me out of bed and shoved me into a giant vat of boiling oil.
I felt the burning and stinging before I even woke up.