Re: gbm/copd end of life questions
I lost my brother-in-law to brain cancer and emphazema as well as copd. Please look up my posts as there are many.
I too feel at a loss with my father's passing as I was with him every day until the end. Questioning if I spoke to the doctors and nurses the right way concerning his care. I was put in the position of calling the nurse if my father seemed uncomfortable, in pain so they could give him more morphin. I knew it wasn't going to be long but I just felt my decisions made it happen faster. We have to take comfort that we did the best we could under the circumstances.
If you open the door even a little bit - the devil will fling it open. Keep it closed with prayer.