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  1. After living through the decline, death and grief for most of my closest and dearest family members, I now feel left with fear and worry about what the future holds, for me, and my husband. My husband's dearly departed Mom passed from Alzheimer's, and lately he has been telling me of some of his memory concerns. When I downplay his "symptoms", attributing them to aging, he tells me not to. He says he will go to the doctor if we see it getting worse. I worry that I will lose him and he will lose himself! I will be 60 years old this year, and my dearly departed Mom is gone 10 years on May 12th, so maybe I'm just extra keyed-up. I know I am projecting into unknown future events, but I really feel overwhelmed by these thoughts. Aging and dying ... will we become incapacitated? Will we have money to live if one of us has to be hospitalized or put into a care home? Will my husband's behavior change towards me? I already see that he is a bit more snappy with me. We have no children ... who will help us? So many scenarios go through my mind. I live and and enjoy life day-by-day, and moment-by-moment, but want to make sure I also am ready for what the future may hold. So hard being on the planet without my Dear Parents, Brother, and Grandmother. I know their Spirits guide me, and my fears are just thoughts... and none may even happen. Anyone else experiencing this?
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