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My Mom is very hard of hearing, how can I let her know it's OK to the God's hand?

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Last November I had the honor of helping my sweet daddy take God's hand. It was a peaceful and beautiful experience. Daddy actually reached out as he passed. Daddy could hear; my dear momma is very hard of hearing. Her time us fast-approaching and I want to let her know, without shouting, that it's OK to take God's hand, that she's been the best mom a daughter could wish for, and that I'll miss her. Do you think she will be able to hear me? Will she be able to make the transition peacefully with hearing my reassurance? Any advice is appreciated.

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Write down your thoughts in a beautiful card and give it to her. She can look at it any time she wants to and remember it.

Saying goodbye to anyone in a terminal state is never easy, but if you take your time to share your thoughts in writing, it will be easier than trying to express your love while crying.

If you're artsy or crafty, make your own card, hand color it, and/or add some dried herbs or flowers.
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This really helps. I do believe that God and angels are by her side. And yes, i do need to trust in them. Yes, I have always told Momma how much I love her and how happy I am that she and Daddy allowed me to move them over a thousand miles to be near me. It's been a blessing to have shared so many memories the last 14 months. It's just hard to say goodbye.
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Mom and dad if they are like mine were are two different people and probably won't cross over quite the same way, but that has got to be OK. If you said all that important stuff earlier on when they could hear it, its more than enough, and you can trust God and the angels for the rest. Being there holding her hand and not saying a thing would probably be just fine with everyone on both sides of the great divide!
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