When The Husband Pulls The Plug On His Dying Wife Who Is In Coma, She Whispers, ‘I’m A Fighter’

One day, Steven Pellettiere-Swapp discovered her mother, Lyndee, lying unconscious. She was 45 years of age, and for 12 days she was in coma battling to live. Doctors however advised the family to give hope and take her off from medical help.

Lyndee wished to be an organ donor and just to fulfil the same, the family decided to take one of the toughest decisions in their lives. The family of Lyndee’s husband, daughter and son removed the life support system from her.

Though Lyndee was in coma, but she could hear and remember it all. She recollects how doctors prepared her family for what might happen. She remembers how everybody in the family bid her final good bye.

During this time her husband was with her all time and whispered in her ears, “you need to struggle”, “you need to find yourself”. Lyndee was unable to talk; she cannot reply or move but can hear what her husband whispered. With his advises, the mother battled and fought above all odds.

The family was overwhelmed and rejoiced, when after removing the life support system and bidding her goodbye, they heardLyndee saying, “I am a warrior”! She survived which proved that she is a fighter. Today, she is absolutely fine and is recovering fast, enlightening world about her survival. She proudly narrates the real story of her life, how her husband & family supported and encouraged her to fight.

While giving an interview to CBS 5 Arizona, she said, “One can always hear even while being unconscious. If your loved one is in that condition, you ought to speak to them. They hear you.”

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#MUSTWATCH: Imagine making the painful decision take your unresponsive loved one off of life support…and they survive! This is Lyndee’s story. She was in a coma, but what her family and doctors didn’t know is she could hear discussions, even the ones doctors had with her family about the process of dying. Feel free to share.

Posted by YettaGibson on Thursday, March 3, 2016