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Getting the news of terminal illness and finding comfort through hospice. A hospice nurse interview

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Getting the news of terminal illness and finding comfort through hospice. A hospice nurse interview. Coping with terminal illness finding what comfort we can through hospice. Cheri discusses the importance of compassion, empathy and proper hospice care at the end. Also discussed are advanced directive, DNR (do not resuscitate) and the hospice care process. What is hospice? Hospice nurse interview on coping with terminal illness. This is a frank discussion with our neighbor Cheri who is a licenced Hospice Nurse. Below is a piece of prose that sounds chords from the depths of despair to the pinnacle of understanding and acceptance of what death can be. Gone From My Sight~ I am standing upon the seashore. A ship, at my side, spreads her white sails to the moving breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength. I stand and watch her until, at length, she hangs like a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come to mingle with each other. Then, someone at my side says, "There, she is gone." Gone where? Gone from my sight. That is all. She is just as large in mast, hull and spar as she was when she left my side. And, she is just as able to bear her load of living freight to her destined port. Her diminished size is in me -- not in her. And, just at the moment when someone says, "There, she is gone," there are other eyes watching her coming, and other voices ready to take up the glad shout, "Here she comes!" And that is dying... ~Henry Van Dyke Farm Girl's calendars and more- https://www.etsy.com/shop/bansheemoon Farm Girl on Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/thebansheemoon/ Help support this channel- https://www.patreon.com/bansheemoon Join Farm Girl on Face Book-https://www.facebook.com/bansheemoongirl/ Follow me on Twitter- https://twitter.com/bansheesmoon Website- http://www.bansheemoon.com
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Kenneth Payne (23 days ago)
Ive lost my hair due to illness and would like a nice hat as yours sir, where could i buy one please? Thank you
Banshee Moon (23 days ago)
Hi Kenneth That one is a Henshel hat. Exoman also gets nice hats from The Bollman Company. Hope that helps. :-)
Tom Loguidice (2 months ago)
hello Love watching your channel. I have a question maybe you two can answer. if your hiking an camping does your back pack have the same stuff in it that you would use for a bugout bag.
Randall Sorrell (2 months ago)
Creative and worthwhile content! Thanks for sharing both of you and your sweet neighbor. Excellent straight forward questions and most importantly answers!😉😊
walter barnott (2 months ago)
I Took Care Of My Mother When She was Diagnosed with Stage 4 Terminal Cancer In Her Lungs, Liver & Lymph Nodes Till She Passed Away In 2009. It Taught Me To Cherish Each Day & To Travel as Much As I Can & never take anything for Granted & To Live Life Like their's no Tomorrow
No worries Mate (2 months ago)
It takes a special person to do work!
Robert Ribeiro (2 months ago)
Very good ! Thanks for sharing and God bless you guys!
Baker Man (2 months ago)
To understand the cycle of life is one thing,,, but dealing with the passing of a loved one is another,,, the people who perform the dreaded task of hospis are special people and I personally am glad that these folks are around,,, this was a good video,,, thank You... 👍👍👍
Sourabh Ekka (2 months ago)
Texas? What's happening there I want to know people u guys suffer from wether control I want to know
Tegrenade (2 months ago)
God bless you all
Joe Martinez (2 months ago)
I have a close friend that is in hospice at the moment due to intestinal cancer, I pray for her family every single day because it is painful to see what she goes thru every single day. Thank you for the info ma'am, and thank you for that accent because I absolutely love it.
3b2 John Thomas (2 months ago)
I'm glad things like the poems and all their predictable anaologies and phrases can comfort people who suffered loss.
John Rider (2 months ago)
Nothing is terminal if the lord does not want it. Jesus is god the kjb is his word
Eddie Delgado (2 months ago)
Wow, click bait. Can't believe you would stoop this low.
CravinMorehead420 (2 months ago)
Appreciate this video. Been taking care of my 91 year old Auntie, have a DNR for her. God bless her..
global6674 (2 months ago)
Thank you guys for making this video, in my fight against cancer although not terminal at this time it is a good reference for me. Actually made me watch this video coming from you guys, made it less scary for me if the time does come. Thanks guys!
Ray (2 months ago)
I have admired Exoman and Farm Girl for their Youtube content for quite a while! This video provides important information for many who were unaware of this service. I do have one unrelated question for Exoman. Why are you wearing a hat indoors and especially at the table?
Joseph Tellier (2 months ago)
Thank you so much. Very useful information
pwnedddddd (2 months ago)
yikes, this is too depressing. go back to doing silly stuff
D.J. RadioRoy Spinner (2 months ago)
Hi Guys; well you hit on a pretty strong subject for all. Death is something we don't like to talk about and it's always just around the corner. For some it comes sooner than others. When my wife passed away it was fairly quick as she had an illness that takes you quickly. The hard part is watching those we love slowly pass away and many thanks to people like your neighbor who may spend months and months with someone before they go. I think we all would like someone there the day we go and these folks help that need. TY for reminding us.
Aaron Thomas (2 months ago)
A necessary conversation...!!
ED BERRY (2 months ago)
I wish I had this Enlightenment for my siblings when they threw my father to a greedy Doctor that was willing to Milk the system to pay his car off! Thanks for the Great information
Jay bird2963 (2 months ago)
God bless you Cheri for your dedication to your Hospice work. And Thank you Exo man and Farm Girl for sharing this information here for everyone. <3 <3
Allen Wilson (2 months ago)
Each night when you lay down the sleep , you are one day closer to death. Live each day to the fullest . For it might possibly be your last.
Jaime Torices (2 months ago)
Quite interesting topic thanks for sharing blessings
Todd Garoutte (2 months ago)
I am so glad for this segment. Very informative! So happy Jen and exoman cover all spectrums of laughs and seriousness. I look forward to always seeing in my email that you two have uploaded a new video !
Archie Davenport (2 months ago)
I couldn't do there job when my dad passed they did a great job of making him comfortable and being there for us when he passed .
Mike S (2 months ago)
Thanks for info on uncomfortable topic. Banshee and Exoman, hope this is a PSA and all in your families are AOK.
Peter Hayes (2 months ago)
Hi Guys what a wonderful video Thank you so so much I posted on my FB page We tend to treat our Pets better than our old age folk What an amazing Lady Thanks once again xxxx Peter from Perth Australia
David Flash (2 months ago)
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Shawn Mazurk (2 months ago)
Really great video! Very informative.
Pats garage Woes (2 months ago)
My dad died we looked after him..Mari curie . this video is fake
tree robo (2 months ago)
These people are awesome they help you leave this world with ease ,while making the family have a peace of mind
TJ Soul (2 months ago)
Thanks for the video guys. It was very informative, & I'm very thankful that the world has people like Miss Cheri. Again awsome job guys. #gobansheemoon 👍👍
Keymanofco (2 months ago)
What an awesome video. Thank you for sharing.
George Guidas (2 months ago)
As a Hospice Nurse myself, I wish I could copy this segment to a DVD to share with families. Excellent explanation of our daily caregiving.
Jay T (2 months ago)
My mother passed away in 1996 and we had hospice come in. The best thing ever. They were SO good for my mother and us( her family). I CANNOT praise hospice enough for what they did to help. Thanks so much for bringing this subject up. It will most likely help a lot of family’s.
Hello NEWMAN (2 months ago)
Thanks! This was the best and most meaningful of your youtube videos I have seen. The lady seems to be such a wonderful person and your questions were very thoughtful. Fantastic information...….appreciate your channel exoman and farm girl.
backwoodsXJ (2 months ago)
Hospice care workers are wonderful nessessary people. Having GOD in our lives makes end of live situation go many many times smoother for all involved. I have personally watched several people pass, and so much quieter and smoother when God is in the picture! May God bless you all. Ask him to be your personal savior and he makes every day life wonderful! PS<<< I love your humor! I really do enjoy your channel.
James Duncan (2 months ago)
Hospice is truly so very GREAT. Lost my Father 6 years ago to Alzheimers. We couldn't stand not keeping him at home. Made a difficult journey much easier.
Wendy Crayon (2 months ago)
I just started training to volunteer @ a hospice here in jersey...
David Meyers (2 months ago)
Stay young. Farm girl you have that cornered !!!
Tal Williams (2 months ago)
I hope all goes well for you guys. I know even thinking of hospice brings chills to anyone. But staying home with hospice is better than the nursing home anyday
Tal Williams (2 months ago)
Hospice nurse are the bomb. They are the best grief counselors too. Trust me they cry when your love ones die. Two years ago my father died. Although he was dying from many ailments he had stage two lung cancer. He had a pace maker and a defibrillator when the time came to turn the defibrillator our hospice nurse helped with stopping his suffering and turning it off.
Tal Williams (2 months ago)
Sorry he had stage four cancer.
KinamandCSX (2 months ago)
Another hospice volunteer here...Hospice is a business for profit..Written into law in 1982 as part of Medicare, up to 5% of total care is required to be from volunteers. Why I need to document my time with my clients.. Highly recommend anyone...It's a bit like visiting your grandparents..and at times, I see myself in my clients...It's a unique experience and everyone I've worked with was very appreciative and supportive...I'm near Columbia..so not too far away from you guys.
Eduardo Rodriguez (2 months ago)
What a lovely lady! Thanks for sharing. May God Bless you All!
Roberto Benigni (2 months ago)
JP Palmer (2 months ago)
As a Hospice Volunteer we thank you for putting your information out there to clear up some of the myths. Team Bandit. Certified Therapy Dog
keith clough (2 months ago)
It's odd that my dad just passed away and getting all these death videos recommended to me. God bless hospice.
Luc Prefontaine (2 months ago)
So nice to see that you guys really care and share good feelings with neighbors and us. Such a nice lady and Exoman being respectful and helpful. Farm girl looking at us and being her bubbly self, but we all know she is deeply touched. Great team you are.
Neil Kinney (2 months ago)
Thanks! Very good info.
Manny daBoss (2 months ago)
Hold up Who Dying?
Asad Rasheed (2 months ago)
I am 23 but i am still in love with her, she is terribly sexy! Banshee Moon i love you my girl
Vincent Ray (2 months ago)
We are all terminal, we just don't know when. Live each day like it's going to be your last, because one day you'll be right. Bless you all.
Eduardo Rodriguez (2 months ago)
True. However, the end is the beginning of a new different way of existence. I believe in God and his divine promises. Blessings for you and your loved ones.
Rod Morrow (2 months ago)
Very good! Thanks for sharing.
cantthinkofone77 (2 months ago)
Thank you guys for taking the time to share. Nice job!
dave jacobsen (2 months ago)
Having volunteered at Veterans Hospital Geriatrics Ward which was next to hospice I understand the loss of watching these people pass a way. Most were quick but some were young men and women dying from wasting away problems, watching them and nurses acceptance of death.
Kenny Tolbert (2 months ago)
They helped us with my dad 10 years ago when he passed. They are amazing people I loved that lady like family!
Ralph Kanagy (2 months ago)
David Faith (2 months ago)
Very informative, I don’t envy the job of the people that work there. Thank you for putting this video together.
Mysterious Shadow (2 months ago)
Hope the illness stop..

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