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November 28, 2017, 01:01:09 PM
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It's a very difficult decision. whose decision is it? This is really hard. to come and go between living and dying. If I was sick, maybe I should have pulled the pockets. but my close friend can not take a pin for me. hard for these people. I can not even imagine writing.
but if you really do not have any hope, you should take a plug!


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November 29, 2017, 07:49:50 PM
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I disagree with euthanasia. according to me, Alternative treatments are available, such as palliative care and hospices. We do not have to kill the patient to kill the symptoms.  Nearly all pain can be relieved.

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November 29, 2017, 08:38:49 PM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

If you have the financial freedom to support the treatment of a comatose person then I don't see why not?

and on another note, if you lack money for the treatment, I think the patient himself/herself knows this if he/she was alive.

But still, if you love a person enough you'll try hard.

Trying hard doesn't guarantee you'll get what you want though,

It's a matter of how much you are willing to sacrifice for the person you love.

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November 29, 2017, 11:34:09 PM
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It's a very difficult decision. whose decision is it? This is really hard. to come and go between living and dying. If I was sick, maybe I should have pulled the pockets. but my close friend can not take a pin for me. hard for these people. I can not even imagine writing.
but if you really do not have any hope, you should take a plug!
Pulling the plug is like a sign of disbelief on what will potentially happen. If this will happen to me, I would rather say to them to oull the plug, I dont want them to suffer for the medical bills that it may incurr.

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December 01, 2017, 06:18:41 PM
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With the title "Living to fight or fight for life?"
Keywords to answer well already exist in the question itself ... Because if dibalik2 then the meaning and purpose is also different.
The basic is ....
Life for what?
Your life for what? For who? What do you want? What are you looking for?
Undoubtedly will be answered from TS question. There are actions and reactions.
Want to know how to answer it? Simple too.
Just imagine for a moment by forgetting the surroundings that help you to stay alive. Forget the whereabouts of parents, sodara, cousins ​​etc. Assume you are alone. So? When you wake up in the morning, what's in your mind?
Eat what yah? What is it? If not then how well? How can I eat well? Then pay for electricity, water, rent / rent how well?
Or...
What do I want to do for today? The purpose of my life is .... (the content itself) so that today I will do .... (answered myself as well) and still have the above questions before?
Hopefully light up TS well, warm regards.

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December 02, 2017, 01:11:52 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
Euthanasia is somewhat called "mercy killing", I totally disagree with that, I think If that happens I would rather fight for that life and just wait for the right time to come
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December 02, 2017, 05:32:54 AM
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I read what people write here at the forum, I understood that opinions were divided fifty to fifty. Some support euthanasia, some against. Personally, I do not see anything wrong with this. Everyone has the right to decide how to be.

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December 02, 2017, 05:54:34 AM
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If these will happen to me. I will do it. I will not prolong the life of my loveones in machines. God only knows if He will extends his life or not.

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December 02, 2017, 05:59:28 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

Because there will always be what ifs on the part of the family who is still hoping that their loveones become well again.  But if the family has no means to support the life system of the patient then maybe euthanasia is a solution.  If I will be the patient I will prefer to be killed because I do not want my family to suffer debts.

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December 02, 2017, 06:04:09 AM
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If I have lots of money I will my best to extend the life of my loveones.

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December 02, 2017, 06:15:09 AM
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If I have lots of money I will my best to extend the life of my loveones.

Up to a certain point, that can be done. But I have seen a lot of rich people dying in their 20s and 30s, as a result of drug overdose (examples are Peaches Geldof, Heath Ledger, and Lil Peep) or disease (Andy Gibb,Hank Williams.etc) or even from violence (Kurt Cobain, Anton Yelchin, John Lennon, Sam Cooke.etc). Sometimes even accidents can be the villain (Buddy Holly, Paul Walker.etc). What you can do in such cases?

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December 08, 2017, 02:42:36 AM
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It's hard to decide on this situation for the family of that dying person off course they want him to live by if living means almost dying..better do it than see him suffered the rest of his/her life... But still it depends on the patient himself and the majority of the decision of family member..
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December 08, 2017, 05:53:34 AM
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I work in the ER. every day I get to see people suffer and sometimes die.  I can tell you, from watching more people die than I can  remember, choose a comfortable passing. choose it on your own terms.  Our terms in the hospital are brutal.  we do everything if you want us to, we are obligated to.  When we do everything, we breath for you, we maintain your heartbeat, your blood pressure, temperature, respiratory rate and sedate you.  this would be the rest of your life until your body cannot function anymore

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December 08, 2017, 06:12:51 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?
Well this is not confirmed in any country yet. Any person has the right to live even in this state, he remains a man. As for any problems and waste, this is all nonsense compared to the thought that this person will not be any more.

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December 08, 2017, 06:16:11 AM
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I still stand on Him /or her no matter what, I do not have the right to let him/her die just by pulling that plug or else my conscience will keep on bothering me, for as long as their is a chance to live and if the patient himself wishes to why not, but if he himself decided to end up and do not want to live anymore..well I can't do nothing but to give in but as far as I am concern I will not give him up.

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December 08, 2017, 08:53:49 AM
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I know this isn't easy for the family who undergo such situation to give in to pull the plug that serve their loved ones to continue living despite the critical and almost vegetative state it hard and it hurts depends on family if they really wanted to. Worst come to worst, i think they have to decide for the good of their loved ones whose dying.

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December 08, 2017, 11:31:55 AM
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Sometimes I'm in favor of euthanasia esp to the very ill people to that they can ready leave the world to escape the illness they suffer ech day,and having a rest for the struggle of illness

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December 08, 2017, 11:35:50 AM
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I think everyone should have the right to dispose of their own lives. Especially in those cases when a person is sick with an incurable disease or has received a serious trauma.
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December 08, 2017, 11:54:53 AM
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Situational question
Being in a vegetative state or in a comatose state entails a lot of financial, physical and emotional sacrifices for the families of the patient.
Given the fact that someone close to you or you yourself is in a comatose state, will you allow for the "pulling of the plug" or will you fight for your life?

reviving from a comatose state is a single instance..
I am not in favour of euthanasia but if all hope is lost it can be merciful
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December 08, 2017, 04:15:25 PM
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I'd rather shut the machine down myself rather than being a burden to my loveones, i will be a big burden for them, emotionally, mentally and financially, why do i have to use machine to make me.live for a long time if my family will gonna suffer for me.

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