Things between my mom and I have never really been where we were really close. She has a medical condition that will turn into cancer and will become inoperable. She asked me if I would be her medical power of attorney. She said she asked my other 2 sisters and they both said no so that kinda left me to do it. So I said yes but now thinking about it I dont know that I could do it. So if you had to could you do it?Answer Question
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Answer by admckenzie at 12:08 PM on Mar. 29, 2010
That type of responsibility is never an easy burden to carry. Just talk with mom. I got closer to my mom when she had lung cancer. We discussed a lot and had a hoot of a time leading up to her death. Her cancer metastasized to her brain and ate her pain center so she was in no pain. We laughed and enjoyed her final days as if nothing were wrong. She got a cough and we took her to the hospital. My sister was with her in the day and I was with her at night. We made sure she was never alone (her biggest fear). She ended up with pneumonia and died quickly one afternoon before I got there for my shift. My sister said it was over in just a couple of minutes. They were talking one minute and she coughed. The nurses came in and made her leave and when they opened the door mom was gone. Maybe if they can't cure her and she has to pass it will be quick and without you needing to pull anything. Hugs.
Answer by admckenzie at 12:14 PM on Mar. 29, 2010
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