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I turned off whatever cooking show was on TV. Her eyes lit up: Stroking her hair, kissing her head, and hugging her as we retold our favorite family stories. We went around the group, each us getting the chance to tell her how much we loved her and what an amazing mother, wife, and grandmother she was. She shared her love, hopes, and dreams for each of us — her pride in us, and how happy she was that her four kids were so close.

We all cried, and we all laughed. At one point, my mom, who was devoutly Christian, prayed aloud for each of us.

What to Say to Your Parent When They’re Dying

That night is one of the most precious memories of my life. The comfort that experience gave to my family cannot be measured. As we grieve, knowing that we had each had that chance to make sure Mom knew what she meant to us is a constant comfort.

  • Because we almost did put it off;
  • Think of the classic dorm room or late-night friend group conversation about which is the better way to go;
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Because we almost did put it off. I was surprised when each one of them was immediately into it — only because I thought they might be resistant to anything that implied she was close to death. They were all on board. But for those whose parents have an illness that could be terminal, these conversations are the best ideas, the best things you can plan to do. Looking back, I think of how lonely it must have felt for her, wanting desperately to have her impending mortality acknowledged but not wanting to scare or upset us by bringing it up herself.

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It would have been such a missed opportunity had we waited until it was too late. I hate to think about having this conversation, but I also want to make sure that we are being open and honest with each other. Would you be willing to share with me your thoughts about what is going on?

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  • I made great friends and I was exposed to so much that I never knew existed And another great weekend in the Hamptons!
  • It was fun while it lasted… I have the best friends ever;
  • The comfort that experience gave to my family cannot be measured;
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And for a dying parent, I suggest a quiet moment for each child with them to tell each other the things they valued about one another, the things they regret, any apologies they may need to make, and something they will always be grateful for. Of course, there are situations in which you might not want to say anything to your dying parent. Perhaps there are issues between you that are insurmountable, or you are estranged. But, and this is purely my personal opinion, you might want to have some kind of positive conversation, even if you have to think of it as being for yourself and your later closure.

You might feel, later in life, that a parent who did not parent you well was doing the best they could based on the tools they were given.

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If you can put aside anger while a person is dying, you should definitely try, but sometimes simply being there is more than enough. Looking back, I would say the time to do this is actually when they and you first learn that their condition is probably terminal.

  • You might feel, later in life, that a parent who did not parent you well was doing the best they could based on the tools they were given;
  • Perhaps there are issues between you that are insurmountable, or you are estranged.

The worst-case scenario is that they know how you feel about them for longer than you expect. Think of the classic dorm room or late-night friend group conversation about which is the better way to go: