A Numb Conversation & The Place Between Two Sides

Not quite alive and not quite dead; what exactly was Moe experiencing?
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In the summer of 2004, 20-year-old Moe suddenly developed a persistent cough and would slur his speech, which rapidly became unrecognisable even to his close family. True fear overcame his mother. A mother’s strength would be put through the paces.
After a while, Moe went into a coma as the doctors tried desperately to discover the cause. His condition worsened. Moe’s mother had become numb to the core, and to add to the frustration, mumblings about suspected infectious diseases by the medical professionals signalled serious trouble ahead.
Never letting go of the spiritual rope that tethered her to her son, Moe’s mom often would think about a mystery that confronts so many in this situation.
What does one experience when comatose?
Not quite alive and not quite dead; what exactly was Moe experiencing?
Is it like sleep and dreaming? – although it’s widely agreed to be highly unlikely that individuals dream in a coma.
Questions only Moe could answer – if ever he came through this storm…

The long sleepless nights, the limbo of time...how do you get through? This insightful account of an anxious mother, exposing the desperation she experienced to help her son. The sheer helplessness of the son’s inability to articulate himself mirrored by the mother’s struggle to be listened to when her instincts compel her to be heard.

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M. Hunter & Amina Hunter (Author)

Not quite alive and not quite dead; what exactly was Moe experiencing?

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