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My mother and father were fighting over a hammer, throwing threats and daring the other to kill. I had to stop them myself, or I wouldv’e lost a parent. If I was sure that it wouldn’t be my mother who died, I would’ve left them alone. I cried and cried that day. I think all of my most terrifying moments have been caused due to my parents’ impatience and anger issues. They’re in most, if not all, of them.
slipping in and out of consciousness as the tried to get me out of the wreckage everything being a blur of sirens and flashing lights. realizing that my brother was dead and stopping fighting when i remembered i was supposed to be in his spot
One day, after I had fallen and my arm had gone numb, and after the MRI and CT scan, my mother and I sat in the doctor’s office that she works at, in a quiet room. He entered, asked how I was feeling, and began to tell me that my T2 vertebrae had collapsed and that a tumor, either leukemia or lymphoma, had come out of my spine in place of the vertebrae. I remember hugging my mother and crying, screaming, and shaking hysterically because I “didn’t want to die.” I do not have cancer. However, my spine is still broken and I have a benign tumor growing out of it.
It was a normal monday and I was at my cousin’s house. We knew the day before my grandma wasn’t feeling well but we got a call she was in hospital. My uncle and aunty, their two children and a different cousin didn’t fully get the situation so we stayed while my parents, brother and other cousin from a different family went two hours away. While we had a bike ride my uncle got a call saying she was serious. We left immediately. In the Car we received a call which we presumed was that she had passed, but she was still ok. All I remember was counting more than 500 Trucks during that journey. We left around 6. Arrived at 8.30. We ran up the stairs to her floor when I remember my cousin who was with my parents’ mother saying she was gone. I fell against the wall because I physically could not hold myself up. She had passed away at 7.30, but they didn’t want to tell us while we were driving.
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