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    I would be one of those people. The ones that...

    I would be one of those people. The ones that leave it to the new owners. I have tried to leave places clean but I know people would come in and clean it again anyway. I think everyone has different...
  2. That's a difficult situation and I feel for you....

    That's a difficult situation and I feel for you. You must protect your sister and ensure she isn't left alone caring for him. I think you should consider getting some outside carers in - minimum of...
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    Yes it's difficult, Linbrusco. Although I talk...

    Yes it's difficult, Linbrusco.

    Although I talk about financial loss I did gain far more - I was able to support my dad as he went through chemo and I got to know him far better than I would have....
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    Hi Flower1, there are a lot of threads on end of...

    Hi Flower1, there are a lot of threads on end of life care if you search for them using the box on the top right. My mum's situation was similar back in January last year.

    It is a very difficult...
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    You can reimburse expenses including travel and...

    You can reimburse expenses including travel and parking, but not lost income.

    I lost £5000 of earnings in the first year I went part time - I'm not even going to try to calculate the amount lost...
  6. Thanks Essie.

    Thanks Essie.
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    I think we all feel that, but even knowing that...

    I think we all feel that, but even knowing that we did all we could at the time doesn't stop us feeling guilty or wishing that we had done more. The guilt monster is a very persuasive beast and...
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    I am glad you have some positive news at last....

    I am glad you have some positive news at last. Hope Chris settles in well.
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    My parents had Meals on Wheels because they...

    My parents had Meals on Wheels because they couldn't have the alternatives (the freezer was in the garage and they couldn't get to it when both were ill).

    Maybe your local Age uk or Alz. Society...
  10. I hope today is everything you need it to be xx

    I hope today is everything you need it to be xx
  11. Thread: Funeral plan

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    My understanding of this is that it's never...

    My understanding of this is that it's never regarded as Deprivation of Assets because it's a good idea. Maybe someone else could clarify this.
  12. I don't know what the solution is but I think...

    I don't know what the solution is but I think you're right that being in a care home won't stop her from pulling a catheter out all the time. Maybe the gp or hospital could explain how a care home...
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    Thank you for sharing this. :)

    Thank you for sharing this. :)
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    Yes I found general counselling helpful about the...

    Yes I found general counselling helpful about the whole situation, and although I only saw a bereavement counsellor a couple of times it seemed to be enough to help me come to terms with my feelings....
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    When my mum seemed happier after a somewhat...

    When my mum seemed happier after a somewhat miserable life I wondered if it was because she no longer remembered all the things which made her feel unhappy, bitter and jealous. Perhaps she no longer...
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    lovely to hear from you again

    lovely to hear from you again
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    Sending my love xxx

    Sending my love xxx
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    My mum had a stroke but it may have been just a...

    My mum had a stroke but it may have been just a particularly devastating TIA. Over the next year her behaviour changed and she was diagnosed with vascular dementia.

    I asked the Stroke Association...
  19. Thread: It's all over

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    I'm sorry to read about your wife's passing. My...

    I'm sorry to read about your wife's passing. My condolences to you.
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    Glad to hear things are settled now, Sueshell,...

    Glad to hear things are settled now, Sueshell, and also that you have a better relationship with your mum now. Do have that holiday and try not to feel guilty.
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    I am very angry that estate agent upset you like...

    I am very angry that estate agent upset you like that. You had very good reasons for pulling out and she had no right to try and blackmail you into carrying on the sale out of pity.

    Something...
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    thinking of you and your lovely lady.

    thinking of you and your lovely lady.
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    I am sorry to hear that your mother is at that...

    I am sorry to hear that your mother is at that stage. I am horrified that some carers have tried to force liquid on her. I truly believe it is a decision that people do make if they have had enough...
  24. Thread: My lovely Mum x

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    Sorry to read that your mum has died. Thank you...

    Sorry to read that your mum has died. Thank you for posting a photo of her, she looked lovely.
  25. Thread: Inheritance tax

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    I'm dismayed that yours were so harsh, Saffie!

    I'm dismayed that yours were so harsh, Saffie!
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