A Life Worth Living or A Death Worth Dying

The ups and downs of long-term care

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My baby brother is in the hospital again. Baby…my 42-year-old baby brother.

He is in many ways still a child. Multiple health problems have left him severely disabled and unable to live a normal life.

Sometimes I feel like death would be a better option for him. He has been losing…

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Wife / Mother / Christian / Author

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