Discussion in 'The Bar' started by 2Manboobs, May 23, 2013.
I'll pay for the meal, but I aint touchin' that..
alright, stop it.
I really hope you never have to care for a dying parent, you'd likely smother them or shoot yourself in the head, I would hope for the latter, tonight
People that deal with that craziness are doing Gods work. I ain't cut out for it... When I was in the hospital ICU, I had to have the lady nurses change my diaper.. and that repulsed even me ...They'd have to pay me Bill Gates kind of money to volunteer for that job
remarkably the love I felt for my mother overcame any negative emotion I experienced while caring for her
My mother in law's kidneys are supposed to be failing but her bladder gave out before her kidneys rotted and her lungs are also weak, so now she pisses like a champ into a diaper when she coughs death rattles.
I believe her sphincter is still in working order. My husband had to buy her Depends. It's not really a laughing matter but it kind of is privately.
pretty sure my poor mom changes dad's depends .. but we've never discussed it
you need someone to change your colostomy bag and clean out your hole from your belly button where the poop comes out now.
who me? i don't shit my pants. neva
my mom died at home with us thru hospice cARE..was in her late 60s but decided to end her suffering at home with us..was rough going thru but was a touching and deeply heartfelt experience. no more words
You homosexual obsessions & fictional scatological fantasies are quite indicative of your need for intensive psychotherapy. You should walk upstairs right this moment and ask Mom & Dad for help.
You guys should just fuck and get it over with.
Mine's in a home right now. She's only 56. She has hospice. How long did she live with you if I can ask?