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Monday, June 11, 2012


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I recently went through the same struggle with my very sick mother-in-law. She refused to acknowledge the gravity of her sickness until the very end. She believed in the power of positive thinking...so bringing up hospice to her would have put a damper on that. She passed away quickly so the decision didn't have to be made..

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