- From: kurtwheeling1965@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:44:23 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 2, 7:13�am, "Glenn" <glenn...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"GysdeJongh" <jongh...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in messageGlenn,
"Glenn" <glenn...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
78 years old, tired, alone
Maybe krispy cream donuts, coffee?
If a coma is induced would you come out of it?
are you contemplating leaving this place .... �?
I thougt of that possibility myself for when the neuropathy becomes too
much.A large overdose of insulin would do it.I don't think it is possible
to find the cause afterwards.I do think it would be a bit harsh on my
family not to tell them anything in advance.Stopping the pills and/or the
insulin would result in a slow and painful degeneration process.I don't
know where you live but here in Holland there are better options even for
people who don't live here.Seek help first, or ignore this if I got you
Probably not but I think of it all the time. �And pray for it. �I lost my
wife of 56 years a few months ago of alziehmers and I have nothing left to
Sorry to hear about your wife's passing. I understand how painful that
can be but would also tell you that within your own life there is much
to live for. As time passes this will be clearer to you. I pray that
you find some counseling to help you realize that. At the very least
talk about this with the people in your life who do care about you and
would miss you if you were to leave.
Just my 2 cents.
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