My Mom Woke Up From A Coma And It’s Terrifying

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  • Published on:  9/17/2018
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    This is Alice. She really wants to share her story, because she needs to know that she’s not alone. A year ago she was a happy girl, and her biggest problem was backtalking at school. Now she so wishes that she could turn back the clock and tell herself that life was great! She’s only 13, and she’s so tired…

    It all started one day when she was at school, in her English class. The headmaster came in and asked her to leave the room. He looked very worried, and Alice immediately felt nervous. When they sat down in his office, he urged her to sit down and told her that something bad had happened in her family. Her mom had been on her way to the school to take Alice home, and got caught up in a bad car crash. It was really, really bad, he said. Be strong, Alice, he said, she was alive but at the hospital, and the doctors were evaluating how serious her injuries were. Now she had to stay at the school until her dad came to take her home.

    Alice didn’t cry; she was in some kind of nervous shock. He gave her some water and called in the school psychologist, who tried to talk to her but Alice stayed silent. She didn’t talk even when her dad came in for her and took her home. There was only one thought in her head: “Dear God, if you exist, make my mom live and be healthy and I’ll be a good girl forever”. Then some very shocking news came from the hospital – her mom was in a coma, and she had very serious brain damage.

    All they could do was pray that she woke up. This situation lasted for quite a long time – several weeks at least. Both Alice and her dad lived a robotic routine – waking up, having breakfast, going about their business, going home, watching TV, going back to sleep. Alice had only that one thought, and couldn’t concentrate on anything else. She felt as though she was physically ageing as the days went by; she was so tired of waiting, and felt that if she looked into the mirror she’d see someone with white hair and their first wrinkles.

    When the news came, Alice didn’t know how to accept it. She finally woke up, that was the good news. But the bad thing was that she had suffered grave brain damage, meaning that she could no longer talk or react to people, or even recognize anyone. They called it a vegetative state, but actually it’s a “vegetable” state – all the individual can really do is breathe, and not much else. The feeling for Alice was one of pure horror. She went to see her mom quite often, but whenever she looked at her all she saw was a shell of a person, not her actual mother. She fantasised about her coming back, but the doctors said no one knew how she would react to the treatment.

    The doctors and nurses, as well as Alice and her dad themselves, did absolutely anything they could to wake her up. She spent long hours reading stories to her, hoping that something would penetrate. And finally, on one glorious day, Alice noticed that as she was reading, her mother’s eyes moved in her direction as if she could hear her. It was a miracle! She ran out of the ward shouting with happiness. The doctors said it was good news because it meant that some of her damaged brain cells were being restored, and from that moment on they could start active rehabilitation. They also performed a brain scan and confirmed that there were regions in her brain that were now reacting to stimuli. Alice and her dad arranged a party to celebrate.

    It may seem foolish, but Alice was sure that her mom would get better in no time at all now that her brain had woken up. They attended physical rehab, where nurses moved her limbs here and there, and she underwent some strange electro-therapies or something like that. In fact, her treatment lasted round the clock. She did respond, but she still couldn’t talk, didn’t recognize her family, didn’t react. And suddenly, all the hope Alice had felt left her. She realized that her mom wouldn’t be coming back. To this day, she remembers the exact moment when this realisation came to her – she took her to a room with a projector and showed her their family videos. And as Alice was watching the old clips of them all happy – and her looking healthy – on the screen, it was the first time since the accident had happened that she started crying, and she gripped her mom’s hand.

    So that’s why Alice feels so tired. Of course, she’s never lost hope. And she never will. But one part of her knows that her mom will never be the same again, and this understanding tears her up inside. She sometimes imagines that her mom has just gone away for a vacation to some beautiful island, and is still enjoying her life. Alice just wishes that she could be there with her.

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  • ACTUALLY HAPPENED
    ACTUALLY HAPPENED  2 months ago+48921

    Like this video if you want your Mom to live forever.

  • Min4
    Min4 4 minutes ago

    Yall think am crying
    😥😢nevermind Like for respect for my Dad!

  • Sarah Queena
    Sarah Queena 23 minutes ago

    Alice it’s ok try have fun with ur dad, hope ur mom go back to ur home and play together 😊

  • Marisol Jauregui
    Marisol Jauregui an hour ago

    This literally made me cry ❤️

  • xDreII2000
    xDreII2000 2 hours ago

    I cried

  • Louise Richards
    Louise Richards 2 hours ago

    Same I have problems with friends and back chats

  • Schluter Sports
    Schluter Sports 2 hours ago

    The mum in the thumbnail looks funny lolz she looks like she's going crazy soon

  • Star Shine
    Star Shine 3 hours ago

    May God bless your soul, and help you gain little hope each and everyday, it must be hard losing one half of you and knowing she’s alive yet she feels soo far...I never experienced what you did and I hope other who have is also being positive about it, just keep your head up high, keep giver her rest and keep showing her who she was...and I pray for you and your father to stay strong about this and to just constantly be there for her ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️...God bless you all, have a safe and wonderful night/day

  • indian army official
    indian army official 3 hours ago+1

    I am a boy that means of my mom dies there will be another person going with her. And that would be me

  • SabinaVictoria Xoxo
    SabinaVictoria Xoxo 3 hours ago

    When you are in a vegetative state you can see and hear stuff, it’s just that you can’t react to the things or people around you, which is really sad 😔 because you can’t say I love you, or take care.

  • Naruto gaming
    Naruto gaming 3 hours ago

    Stay strong

  • Vaishnov Kasarla
    Vaishnov Kasarla 5 hours ago

    I

  • SadieBug Hankinses
    SadieBug Hankinses 5 hours ago

    If this happened to my mother, I don't know what I'd do. My mom, though she drives me up the wall, is the person I love most in this world( my father being equal to her). I hope your mom will keep getting better, because even though she has miles to go, those couple inches are still making a difference. Keep your spirits up, I hope the best for you.

  • Devora Hernandez
    Devora Hernandez 5 hours ago

    I know it's hard but sometimes its worth the wait and you dont k ow if she will turn back but all you need is to keep hope and pray because God will hear you and he will help you if you dont lose hope she will turn back to normal believe and it will happen someday just not today 💔💔💔❤❤❤❤💗💗💗💗💗💗💜💜💜💝

  • YTBurst
    YTBurst 6 hours ago

    i cried i love my mum alot and my teacher justed dyed from caner so im sad to i fell u

  • XCreeperGaminX6
    XCreeperGaminX6 6 hours ago

    If you likebthen your a good person but if you dislike it then you should be in prison

  • Sophia Copeland
    Sophia Copeland 6 hours ago

    I cried This is so touching.

  • ehre7900 ehre7900
    ehre7900 ehre7900 7 hours ago

    I mean when I was 5-6 my dad threw my mom down the stairs(i dont live with him anymore) and she was at the hospital for almost 2 months and I was literally almost depressed and sad cause she was like or felt like she was gone forever

  • MedlinChairz yeah
    MedlinChairz yeah 7 hours ago

    My friend’s mom died because of a seizure. 😔 You’re lucky to even have her

  • Kayti Craige!
    Kayti Craige! 8 hours ago

    I cried:(