Nurses Share Dark and Heartbreaking Confessions from Patients in Their Final Days
Several nurses shared secrets their patients told them during their final days, and some made them want to call the cops.
For some people, confessing to a priest during their final days relieves them of the guilt of all they have done in previous years.
However, others end up confessing to their nurses about the dark and heartbreaking moments in their lives. A recent thread had several nurses sharing what patients told them during their last moments.
One nurse shared what an Alzheimer’s patient’s secret with her husband was, which probably gave her goosebumps right away.
Another medical staff revealed that she was a nurse to her grandmother, who confessed to a possible murder years ago.
My grandma at 87 mentioned in passing that she shot a man who tried to carjack her. "I didn't stop to see if I killed him".— Flow with Chaos and Wired (@Fanaphoenix) August 16, 2021
Knocked me speechless....
One patient probably kept the guilt of accidentally killing his own sister at a young age. After the nurse looked it up, it was confirmed that the patient didn’t lie.
an old man confessed to killing his little sister accidentally when he was 12 when i visited my grandpa at the home once. sure enough, i looked it up and a little girl had been found dead sometime in the 40s right where he said it happened. he died a few days after that— danny 🎗 (@asstr0n0my) August 16, 2021
Another nurse encountered a WW2 veteran who revealed his evil plans back in the day, confirming that racism was worse back then.
I once had a WWII vet tell me about how he started to drop a live grenade into a baby carriage in Paris because the child was mixed race. Both parents were standing next to it. His sergeant stopped him. Evil walks among us.— Nessa (@AlohaKamama) August 16, 2021
Meanwhile, nurse Jewel Evans’ patient had a heartbreaking story of losing the first girl he liked because of different backgrounds.
This sweet old guy told me my voice sounds just like this girl that he liked when he was a teenager.His parents wouldn’t let him date outside of his race. They would have basically disowned him. He said that he always thinks about what life could have been like with her 😢.— Jewel Evans (@CuteSmileyFace1) August 17, 2021
One nurse encountered an old woman who shared about the pain of being hated for her gender. Fortunately, the sad story ended well.
I had a sweet old lady tell me how her mother hated her because she wasn’t a boy. Her mother used to whip her and she had scars all over her back and legs. As if that wasn’t enough to break my heart…— Christopher Wills (@darth25) August 17, 2021
2. She then told me how on her wedding night she was so scared to get undressed because she didn’t want her husband to see the scars…as I’m bawling she then says when her husband did see them he not only comforted her…— Christopher Wills (@darth25) August 17, 2021
3. He told his mother-in-law if she even looked at his wife cross-eyed she would never see either of them ever again…and she said they never had another argument and she was happy with her husband for years…sorry I didn’t comment this one correctly— Christopher Wills (@darth25) August 17, 2021
Another sad lover confessed his regrets of letting his first love go. Despite having retired children, he still thinks of her.
Working in a nursing home.and the 89 year old client I’m caring for told me today that he regrets not marrying his first love. He has four retired children and his wife of many years already passed away. Hes about to be 90 and he still has that regret. Truly crazy.— Eunice (@ewnndungu) August 16, 2021
Some patients can be sweet and grateful, but others can be pretty cruel. However, not all nurses tolerate such bad behavior.
While working in healthcare I managed meds for an elderly KKK member. He called me a slur one day. While looking in his eyes, I asked if it was wise to insult the woman responsible for keeping him alive. We never had any problems after that.— chasing summer (@_flowerchild9) August 16, 2021
Recently, another nurse, Kelly Morris, drew attention on the internet after sharing a misleading post about mistreating her patients.
After she was suspended for the posts, Morris turned to social media for donations to support her children.
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