Is mommy going to come home?” Finally three weeks after she was feeling better, i still remember the doctor making a statement before I left the hospital. He said to me in front of my mom, “ You are one lucky daughter, your mom was suppose to be death, her spirit should have left her body, she was supposed to be dead ever since I brought her into the hospital. I don’t know ,but your mom is one strong lady.” I said I thank you, and left with mom. From that day on I spend everyday trying to be with my family, and working hard through school, giving back to the community to say thank you, living everyday like it is my last. Lastly is trying to be mindful.
Well my mom wa... ... middle of paper ... ... that day. When I asked my parents where she was, they both just gave me a look and I knew that she die that day. My sister and I were balling our eyes out, and soon after my baby brother started crying because he say us crying, so my parents told us “to be brave and don’t cry because everything will be alright.” In my life many people did leave, and some did come back, but I will never forget the people who never or unable to come back because they’re always in my heart no matter how much I don’t want to be. My quote is actually “Remember the good times, be strong during tough times, love always, laugh often, live honestly, and be thankful for each new day.” This is my quote because I had a bad past. I still remember the great times I had with the people who left my life, so I keep a smile on even when times get hard, and I remember the good times I had with them.
Granny Weatherall later think about her long life and the hardship she been through as a single mother raising her children. She also thought about her first love George who did not showed up at their wedding and her husband John who died a young man. Granny rethinks about her life as a mother and her c... ... middle of paper ... ... she was scared and alone. With the Grandmother, she already prepared to die if anything happens. She doesn’t have to wear the fancy outfit for the trip but she did it anyways.
Lousy would just stare at them with a shy look and wondered why they always did this to her. She didn’t even know any of them. She never new a single name in her high school and here’s why. Lousy’s worst nightmare was when her parents told her she was going to be moving to Franktown. Where most of there family lived for many years, but her parents had decided to move from there when they were having a child and now they have no home so there going to go live with there grandmother.
The thought of contacting Dee required so much energy that she never got round to doing it. It was to her surprise when she got a phone call from Dee, telling her that grandpa had died. Dee was the same old Dee and had not changed a bit. ‘Grandpa Dead!’ Oh no said Valarie. She felt bad that she had not got in touch and even worse when she found out that her grandmother had died two years before.
With family support, she went through intense chemotherapy treatment, where she responded positively, and was cancer free for four years. But during a regular screening last year, the doctors found another cancerous tumor affecting her left side breast. For all of us as a family, the news was a shock, because we all thought that it will not re-occur again. She started the fighting journey again, and until this date she is going through treatment, and with our support we hope that she defeats this illness. This experience I went through made me question the effectiveness of chemotherapy used to treat cancer, the pharmacology of the drugs used, and how we ca... ... middle of paper ... ...alysis methods.
She was unwilling to burden her husband on the days he was home with these matters. For the last 3 months, she's been feeling "sad" all the time and afraid of failing to manage all of her responsibilities. She's lost interest in pastimes which once gave her pleasure, such as occasional card games with her friends and cooking. Her once-hobby of cooking now feels like another chore on her list. She's lost her appetite, sometimes feeling as if she can hardly swallow any food, and has lost 12 pounds in 2 months.
I decided to be an “underpaid” teacher, more specifically English teacher. My mom was upset because she disliked English, the language, the reading, the grammar, everything. We did not speak for four months because of my decision, she was not proud. It hurt to not have my family 's support, but I was not going to let anyone force me to be something I did not want to be. I grew tired of waiting so I decided to be the first to initiate a conversation I went home and sat her down.
The client stated that she came to therapy because she has been feeling really lonely and feeling as though that she is not enough since the death of her father. After the death of her father, her mother did not pay her any attention; she understood that her mother was grieving, especially when her grandfather passed a year later. I stated that the frequent death that surrounded her mother, seem to have caused her mother to distance herself from her. She responded “yes, and it even gotten worse when my mom started to date and eventually marry my stepfather”. She mentioned that once her little sister was born, she became jealous and envious.
I didn 't want an epidural but I did get some pain medicines in my I.V. that helped ease the pain from the contractions. The nurses were waiting for my water to break, but it never did naturally, so the doctor had to break it herself. I was in active labor for about eleven hours by the time I got to hold my beautiful daughter. In the room with me was my mother-in-law, my husband and my husbands grandma.