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Heartbreaking Photo Shows A Dying Husband Saying Goodbye To His Unconscious Wife.

Heartbreaking Photo Shows A Dying Husband Saying Goodbye To His Unconscious Wife.

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Love is both beautiful and cruel—beautiful because it provides life with meaning, and cruel because one way or another, it always ends. But as they say, it's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Jim and Cindy Mininni promised to love each other in sickness and in health until the day that they died. And they were able to experience the greatest love together, but also grief. And when all was said and done, they were, against all odds, there for each other. From the moment they met, Jim and Cindy were inseparable, so it was only logical that they would hold each other in their last moment together as they had done throughout their life together. Jim was diagnosed with lung cancer and underwent rounds of heavy chemotherapy. Cindy followed him every step of the way and not only supported her husband but also kept their household together and ensured that their son, Chris, felt loved and cared for. Jim was strong, but the cancer being cancer was unrelenting. After treatment, Jim's situation didn't get better, and doctors gave him a 10 percent chance of survival. Although the family didn't give up hope, they recognized that the time had come to say goodbye to husband, father, and friend, Jim. Soon, Jim was moved to a new hospital to make his last days as comfortable and dignified as possible. But unfortunately, the heartbreak proved too much for Cindy, and she suffered a heart attack and was admitted to another hospital. As Jim's life began to slowly to draw to a close, Chris oscillated between hospitals while he tried to gather enough money to pay for both of his parents' bills. But in the final hours of Jim's life, something incredible happened...
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Jim and Cindy Mininni met more than 24 years ago when they fell hard and fast for each other. And from then on, they were inseparable.

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After a while, Cindy became pregnant and she was nervous about what she’d say to her boyfriend. But when she told Jim the news, he took it much better than she could have imagined.

Jim cried tears of joy, and when Chris was born, Jim’s dream of being a husband and father came true.

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Jim was filled with pride watching Chris grow up. But life can turn upside down in an instant. That moment came for the Mininni family when Jim was diagnosed with lung cancer. He underwent several treatments and fought valiantly, but ultimately couldn’t beat the cancer.

Chris and his mother, Cindy, were there every step of the way and supported Jim. When Chris realized that his father was dying, he knew he could always turn to his mother to find solace.

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But just when things seemed like they couldn’t get worse, they did. Jim was moved to a hospital in another city to live out his few remaining days and Cindy suffered a heart attack.

Jim didn’t have much time left, and it seemed as if the woman who had always stood by his side wouldn’t get a chance to say goodbye.

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Jim’s health deteriorated quickly and it became clear to Chris and the doctors that Jim’s time had come. He couldn’t talk anymore and he had tubes in his mouth to help him breathe. But Jim managed to write a word on a piece of paper that sent the staff running: “Mom.”

They had previously tried to move Cindy to Jim’s hospital, but without success. But now, the staff employed all the resources they had available to reunite the couple.

Time was short, and it was all but certain that the hour was about to pass them by.

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But in the end, they succeeded. Cindy, who was unconscious and struggling through her heart attack treatment, was able to be moved to Jim’s hospital… And Jim got to hold the hand of the woman he loved in his last moments.

Cindy was unconscious, but still, Jim was able to say goodbye to his sleeping angel, the mother of his children, and his great love.

He held her in his arms as he took his last breath.

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When Cindy woke from her coma, she was devastated to find out that her husband had died. But she was also grateful. Chris showed her pictures of the moment, which were a great comfort during her own recovery.

Without the big hearts of the hospital staff, this beautiful moment never would have happened. Please share this story to pay tribute to the those who made sure that love that Cindy could be there for Jim in the end.
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