Thank you, to all the responses. Talking and sharing our experiences is such a great way of releasing the craziness that happened. I don't think I will ever forget the hallucinations, but every time I speak about them it does feel a little easier. Especially when talking to other coma patients. Talking to relatives about these events for me is difficult, as they must have gone through so much when they are looking at a body in the hospital bed. They must look at us and think how peaceful we look, yet many of us are suffering inside with our crazy hallucinations. All of us talking here today beat the coma/infections, and we are survivors.