“I was with my father when he died – I wish I had known”

Before my father died recently, he spent his last days in a bright, quiet room in a nursing home. He’d been scared—I was learning new terms like preterminal fear and fear of death—but when I got there he was unconscious or actively dying. Another new term.

I knew from books and movies that your hearing is the last thing you lose, so I spoke to him quietly and told him everything was fine and he could relax. I played him Dean Martin, his old favorite, at a low volume. That made him uneasy, so I switched to Chopin, Bach and Liszt.

https://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/i-was-with-my-father-when-he-died-heres-what-i-wish-i-had-known-42030757.html “I was with my father when he died – I wish I had known”

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