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Old February 5th, 2013, 01:39 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by davoid View Post
It seems like he is contradicting himself about her chances once entering the hospice.
I know. I agree. Sort of.

I THINK the point he was trying to make, or imply, was that people who are near the end tend to die quickly once hospice starts, as in it gives them license or permission or something, to let go.

But when I realized that I had heard, numerous times and from numerous sources, that people often die within a few days of starting hospice, I got to wondering what that's really about. I'm sure that for some people, it really is a matter of being very ill and then letting go within a few days of starting hospice, but that can't explain ALL of them. After reading about so many people who died in what their families considered a drug-induced speed-ed up manner, I saw it in a whole new light.

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I agree with Gmash . Maybe you should think about it more.
No, unfortunately, it really is time.
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