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  1. My grandfather got rushed to the emergency room a couple hours back. He was passing blood apparently. Maybe the cancer's getting the worst of him now. I was never really close to him, or any of my brothers or sisters for that matter. I can be objectively sad for him, but not in terms of closeness. The only thing I'd be sad over, really, is how things didn't have a chance to go in both our lifetimes. This is proving to be more upsetting than I thought, because I never mentally prepared myself for this - and a family member never died in my lifetime before. The more I think about it, the more upset I get.

    1. Silverwyvern

      Silverwyvern

      Job said:

      My grandfather got rushed to the emergency room a couple hours back. He was passing blood apparently. Maybe the cancer's getting the worst of him now. I was never really close to him, or any of my brothers or sisters for that matter. I can be objectively sad for him, but not in terms of closeness. The only thing I'd be sad over, really, is how things didn't have a chance to go in both our lifetimes. This is proving to be more upsetting than I thought, because I never mentally prepared myself for this - and a family member never died in my lifetime before. The more I think about it, the more upset I get.


      I have a grandmother who is now suffering from the last stages of alzhiemers (spelling?) I never really knew her too well, but it was very sad to watch the very soul go from her eyes. She's in a home permenantly now. I'd go visit her, but she doesn't remember who I am.. and I choose to remember her for the better times.

      It's hard, and my calmness on the matter makes me wonder if I'm broken or accepting...

    2. Bashe

      Bashe

      Man, that's terrible. I felt really upset when my Grandpa had an anreuism. I was hoping he would make it, but he didn't. I had never had a true human family member die before he did (well, maybe some I didn't know about, and a dog). I wasn't even prepared for it because it was so sudden. One day he was just in the hospital for an anreuism. They say he fell at his house down in the hills.

      Now I have to pay the price; my Grandma has to live with us because she's paranoid of living alone at their house at the hills. It sucks.

      I hope your Grandpa lives.

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