I was with my brother literally seconds before he died in an end of life hospice. Whenever I went to visit I couldn’t help but thinking about if ‘spirits’ were present from those who died there. Same in NH, ALF, hospitals and funeral homes. Even think about if my mom dies in my home. I hope I won’t get creeped out if she does die at home.
I can’t imagine how awful it must be to be a soldier and seeing death of fellow soldiers. Being in a plane crash. car wreck, etc and seeing death.
My daughter’s friend recently lost her boyfriend in a horrible car crash. The poor girl watched him bleed out. EMS could not get there in time. He was dead when they arrived. She lost it. So sad.
I’ve never been with someone at the moment of death. Kind of scares me. On my mind a lot with mom. I don’t dwell on it but it stays in the back of my mind. Thoughts?
How does the medical profession get used to this? Nurses and doctors? Or clergy?