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my feels. this is a little morbid

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Submitted: 02/28/2013
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#2 - anonymous (02/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
**anonymous rolls 88**

dubs and this is real
User avatar #39 - nevermentioned (03/01/2013) [-]
Anyone else not cry but kinda got in the state where you are about to cry?
User avatar #8 - multimedia (02/28/2013) [+] (4 replies)
And this is why you shouldn't trust surgeons. I had a family friend die because the hospital was too cowardly to perform the surgery that could only have saved his life. He was dead unless they tried. A tumor wrapped around his carotid artery, and they refused to remove it because of the risk. I didn't realize that bleeding to death while sedated was a worse way to die than slowly wasting away over several weeks while your family and friends watch you wither into a husk of a man.
User avatar #11 - unicornmangina (02/28/2013) [-]
me andmy family could technically sue our doctors for not taking my mum seriously when she kept going to them and complaining of severe stomach pain.they called her a stupid old woman who was going through old ladys problems and that there were much worse off people in the world.she died that september of brain cancer.the cancer started in her stomach (that was the painshe was frequently complaining of) and then spread by the time the doctors got off their asses and tested her it was too far gone and was left to spread to her brain stem.thanks to them we lost our mother just because they didnt fucking listen
User avatar #34 - afuckingtree ONLINE (03/01/2013) [-]
I work with old folks who have lost their independence/sanity and usually have varying degrees of Alzheimer.
I see these people, they are in constant pain, most of them can't even go to the bathroom without help and occasionally, they wet themselves.
These are people who used to have a certain dignity, were cheery and I was able to have conversations with them. Now, I have to feed them, because they can't understand the concept of eating...
I fail to understand how maintaining these people alive through medication is supposed to be more humane...
#12 - blueninja (02/28/2013) [-]
MFW  I clicked on funny because there is no feelz button
MFW I clicked on funny because there is no feelz button
#40 - martbeast (03/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
There's no way I'm reading all that shit.
#42 to #40 - jbchockey (03/01/2013) [-]
Fuck you its worth the read
Fuck you its worth the read
#41 - MrShaggy (03/01/2013) [-]
I felt like shit for pressing 'funny'.   
but I'm sorry OP.
I felt like shit for pressing 'funny'.

but I'm sorry OP.
#37 - BigSammy (03/01/2013) [-]
..I'm so sorry...
..I'm so sorry...
#30 - wutrudoin (03/01/2013) [-]
Agh this broke my heart... I have a little boy and can't even think about anything happening to him ever.. I'm crying like a little baby over here
Agh this broke my heart... I have a little boy and can't even think about anything happening to him ever.. I'm crying like a little baby over here
#23 - Stalkerz (03/01/2013) [-]
i am sorry for your loss OP :(
i am sorry for your loss OP :(
#51 - silentnigga (03/01/2013) [-]
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User avatar #25 - habasparkz (03/01/2013) [-]
Thanks for sharing. I'm sorry for your loss.
User avatar #22 - SonofChuck (03/01/2013) [-]
I don't think there's anything evil about wanting to end someone's suffering, especially if you know nothing can be done to save them. I feel there are times where it would be far more merciful to just let them die rather than force them to live through the pain.
User avatar #16 - ragnablast (03/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Sorry for your loss bro.

I myself, am all for euthanasia. Don't quote me on this cos I'm not 100% sure, but can't you pull the plug on someone if they have brain damage and can't survive without machines? So imo what's the difference of letting someone go faster to avoid the pain, makes no sense to me.

Some countries do support it, I know Switzerland does anyway.
User avatar #44 - nyxeos (03/01/2013) [-]
My grandfather has Parkinsons. He's had it for years now, and up until lately that simply meant his hands and feet shaking a little. He called me on my birthday and apologized if I couldn't understand him, since he is losing his ability to speak. He will continue to slowly shut down, piece by piece, until something vital stops working and he dies. Right now he's okay, he's still happy and able to have some enjoyment from life. There's a part of me that hopes that before he becomes entirely incapacitated/in pain he'll die of something else.
User avatar #35 - stonedplatypus (03/01/2013) [-]
When I was 8 my mom and dad adopted an autistic kid. We also got a puppy at around the same time. The puppy was about 4 months old and Louis, my new brother, was 5. Those two were inseparable, I mean they were together almost 24/7.
About 2 months later, Louis got very sick. He was at the house one day when he fell and got a nose bleed, it didn't stop bleeding for hours. We took him to the hospital and they ran a few tests over the course of about 2 weeks. Turns out Louis had some sort of cancer (Idk what kind). It was very aggressive and in about a month or so he was in terrible pain. He was doing some treatments but they weren't working,
Long story short, Louis ended up dying. He was in pain almost everyday and not even our puppy Charlie would cheer him up. After Louis died Charlie wouldn;t leave his bed, I think he was depressed. We all lost a great friend, but I think Charlie took it the hardest.
8 years later and Charlie still won't leave that room except for eating and going on walks. I still don't know what to think. But sometimes, I look at Charlie and for just a moment I can see Louis reading to him under the covers, and I know that my dog is in pain but I can;t do anything about it,
#29 - sirbrentcoe (03/01/2013) [-]
wow. we just watched my grandmother pass away from merca in the hospital. they 'managed' her pain, but she couldn't eat in the end either. i'm really sorry for your loss. almost cried form this...
#15 - anonymous (03/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Or someone could've donated a part of his/her intestine.
User avatar #26 to #15 - htgeorge (03/01/2013) [-]
probably doesn't work like that
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