Deeana Posted May 3, 2015 Report Share Posted May 3, 2015 She was 95. She developed dementia, got very paranoid and turned on me after I had been her "caregiver" and chauffer for 8 years after my father died. She also said and did some things that were extremely manipulative and caused a breech between me and one of my children. When my father died I was totally grief stricken. Six years ago my beloved husband was diagnosed with advanced cancer and died at home with me as his caregiver. I grieved deeply for him. Today I feel no sadness, no grief. Just relief. I cried a little as I sat at her bedside at the Hospice Center last evening. But not much and not for long. Has anyone else ever experienced this? Deeana Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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