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During visits, I’d always offer her some soft fruit to eat - a ripe fig or soft peach - which she would enjoy.
I witnessed the beginning of the end when I saw my aunt after she had been admitted to hospital in 2005.
She had cellulitis (a tissue infection) in her right leg.
Even though I knew she had been becoming more dependent on others before this, I was shocked by what I found when I visited her: she was slumped sideways in a large chair, with her hair unkempt and in a gown four sizes too big.
They say they would rather be in jail than be on medication for their mental illness. Sometimes you have to say goodbye to a person with a mental illness. This mental illness reality is unbearably painful as it will shortly result in his having nowhere to live. I’m not mean, uncaring, inflexible, unhelpful or cruel.
They can’t take care of themselves and they are going to end up on the street. Sometimes you have to cut a person with mental illness out of your life. I’m telling people to save themselves from the gosh darn Titanic.
Part of the gown had fallen off her right shoulder, exposing her naked chest in full view of the patient in the bed next to her - an elderly man.
I was very upset, but when I complained to the nurse in charge, she just shrugged her shoulders.
Their behavior is destroying our family/relationship. Like many of us I’m related to a lot of mentally ill people. Stop arranging the desk chairs and get on a damn lifeboat.
There are at least a couple of bipolars and likely a schizophrenic or two hiding in the wings. People who won’t get treatment and continue to hurt you are the Titanic.
Just hours after being admitted, she rolled out of bed and fractured her arm and injured her head and neck. When she was discharged, she was much frailer and weaker than when she was admitted to hospital. Her hair was straggly and uncombed, let alone washed.
Neglect: Lorraine's elderly aunt could barely lift her fingers, let alone stretch for a glass of water (picture posed by models) When my aunt returned to hospital in 2006 with another leg infection, she was very weak and had no movement in her limbs. My aunt could barely lift her fingers, far less stretch for a glass of water, but I would find her drinking cup out of reach and her call button nowhere to be seen.
Nurses consistently failed to wash her for months, feed her or give her anything to drink - basics that any patient should expect.