The Top 5 Regrets In Life By Those About to Die

Nurse log, Quinault Rain Forest Nature Trail

This article was written by a hospice nurse who tended to countless numbers of dying people. Their voices speak to us in a way no others can. Perhaps you will find it inspiring, even life changing. While some may find this dark. I think it’s illuminating.

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  1. I too have spent many years attending to those who were sick or dying. One sad truth I observed was friends and family members often withdrew from their loved ones. I didn’t doubt that they loved them, but realized they just couldn’t “handle” the situation. They would say, “I don’t know what to say” or I’m afraid I’ll cry” So as I attended to them, I just held their hands,hugged them, and I did cry. Their was nothing I could do to save their life, only let them know another human cares. I could see the peace wash over them and knew that this was just as valuable as any medicine being offered. In the end don’t we all just want to know somebody care?

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