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very sorry to hear about your loss daughter. speaking from experience you will even miss the not so good times of caregiving. i wanted to let my mom ease up from the ativan, morphine coma so we could talk one more time but my probably full of crap sister surmised that she was likely in a natural coma by that time. i sure miss her..
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Thanks y'all. Duh, I should have figured that out myself.lol. I sent her my sympathies and asked her to keep coming here for support and to share her wisdom. I certainly understand those who need to move on from here, and I really appreciate those that stay and help old friends and strangers through this difficult journey. God bless you all.
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Boni.. if you send her a hug and msg, she will see it, it's just that she has her privacy settings set so that no on else can see them!
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If you're still unable to send her a hug, try this, Bonichak:

https://www.agingcare.com/hug-a-caregiver.aspx?member=Daughteralone
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Ohhh..go back to your wall and click "Give a Hug."....
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Bonichak, Daughteralone has put in her profile as PRIVACY on everything. I have found that most people don't know that by putting it in PRIVATE that they have closed off their walls. When I mention it to them, they ask how to undo it. Therefore, to get around it, find her post on the threads. And just below her name, there is the words "Give A HUG". Click on it and send her your HUG. That's the only way to get around the Privacy Setting. I will also send her my condolences.
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She posted on my wall, but I can not answer her. If you see this DA, I want you to know how sorry I am and that I'm praying for your peace and comfort. God Bless you friend.
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