My husband breathed his last in sleep on 21st august

He was diagnosed PSP in 2010

He suffered a lot he was very alert mentally till the end

he suffered more bcos he was unable to swallow'see 'walk etc eyes were centre fixed for nearly 2 months it was very pathetic he was my lovely companion for 37 years and a very good father to my children he was very honest straight forward intelligent and an well educated noble soul I miss him and this cannot be replaced he was loved by each and everyone

I wish to do some good work for people with PSp

We stay in Pune India

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  • My deepest condolences for your loss,

    May you find courage to overcome this!

    Dee in BC

  • So sorry to hear of your terrible loss. Please look after yourself and find some peace in the fact that he suffers no more. Short1 from Australia.

  • MAY YOU FIND COMFORT IN THE DAYS AND WEEKS AHEAD WITH THE KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU DID EVERYTHING YOU COULD FOR YOUR MUCH LOVED HUSBAND AND THAT HE IS IN A BETTER PLACE NOW FREE OF PAIN AND ANGUISH ##

    GOD BLESS

  • Sorry about the loss of your husband. He went peacefully in his sleep and is now at rest. You have taken good care of him, take care of yourselve now. We are thinking of you and your family.

    Take care, maddy

  • Dear Lalitha, I am sorry you have lost your husband. He is no longer suffering and you know you have done your best for him. Take some time for yourself now and he is safe now.

    Take care, Diannexx

  • Dear Lalitha

    Can you please give me your email address and telephone number ? Would like to talk to you. My husband is also suffering the same thing. I live in Mumbai. Thanks. Padma Ramachandran.

  • Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss! Padma.Ramachandran

  • Dear Lalitha,

    I am so so very sorry to hear of the passing of your wonderful husband. I'm sure that he feels very blessed to have your enduring love and will always be in your heart. Words are a small consolation for grief, but please know that there are many people who wish you peace , healing , and love . Be well . Elise, NY, USA

  • Dear Lalitha so sorry for your loss though it's been two years I am sure it's no less painful now. Padma hope your husband is doing well.

    My father too has been diagnosed with this awful disease. Were the hospitals your respective husbands frequent PSP literate? I find it's not the case with so many hospitals and Doctors in India. Perhaps an awareness drive will help to educate so many who would be clueless as I speak. My parents live in Kerala

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