Sadness in the neighbourhood

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@allknowing (54667)
India
August 13, 2017 6:49am CST
My friend lost her mother. Both her parents were bedridden. Her father has been in that condition for over 18 years. Her mother was in that condition for 5 years. The saddest thing is that her father is not aware that his wife is no more. I am not sure how the parting was organised. I went there only for a while as I cannot face funerals. I will visit her again after a few days. This friend has been taking care of her parents with the utmost devotion with her husband helping her all the way. I am proud of my friend.
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@SIMPLYD (73924)
• Philippines
17 Aug
Your friend is a very loving and caring child of her parents. Imagine, the parents were both bedridden. How was she able to take care of them all?
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@allknowing (54667)
• India
17 Aug
She had the help of home nurses.
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@SIMPLYD (73924)
• Philippines
18 Aug
@allknowing Oh, she's rich to afford home nurses.
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@allknowing (54667)
• India
18 Aug
@SIMPLYD We do that here. When I was not well I had two.
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@JustBhem (17598)
• Davao, Philippines
13 Aug
Oh, so sorry to hear this. I hope her Father can cope up with the sadness.
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@allknowing (54667)
• India
15 Aug
He is not aware what;s going on around him
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@JustBhem (17598)
• Davao, Philippines
15 Aug
@allknowing Exactly, at least they should tell him.
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@allknowing (54667)
• India
15 Aug
@JustBhem I have yet to meet my friend to talk about this It is a delicate matter.
@drannhh (15002)
• United States
14 Aug
How sad. I am proud of your friend, too.
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@allknowing (54667)
• India
15 Aug
She gave up her social life totally and spent enormous amounts on home nurses to help her care for them
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@silvermist (15385)
• India
15 Aug
It really was nice of your friend and husband to took after your friend's parents.
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@Tracy04 (10659)
• Malaysia
14 Aug
God will bless her.
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@DianneN (54752)
• United States
14 Aug
Your friend and her husband did what any loving children would or should do.
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@dollaboy (6337)
13 Aug
I'm sorry to know about that. RIP
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@ARIES1973 (9439)
• Legaspi, Philippines
13 Aug
It's really sad on your friend's part to lose one of her parents. Being on her side during the time of sorrow is the best thing a friend can do.
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