Saved my mother's life about a year ago.<br />
She seemed unaccountably sleepy.<br />
I researched the symptom on the net, realised it could be caused as a side effect of her medications, took her for blood tests... they came back with the news that she was in the danger zone.<br />
With her passively resisting the whole way, I got her to hospital. Her doctor adjusted her meds and that gave her another year of life before old age claimed her.<br />
Picked a man up off the street once who had been bashed up in a drunken brawl, took him to casualty.<br />
Have rescued various animals from time to time.<br />
Volunteer counselling on the phone at Lifeline... follow up results good.<br />
You're right about helping others. <br />
There's a natural altruism in the human being, <br />
and if we practise it it yields unexpected inner rewards .

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Thank you for being a kind person and caring about others. There are far to few like you in this world and you make my job easier because instead of going to a call for a D.O.A. that dozens of people walked by, but didn't do anything about; I can actually give said person a chance because another hero got him help before it was too late.

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Are you an ambulance officer?
How do you cope with some of the traumas?

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Yes, I saved a lot of people working on the ambulance, but now I am in the soul saving business. It always felt good, but it doesn't make up for the ones I couldn't save, the people I saw die.

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I Saved What I Thought Was My Best Friend From Scuicide. She's In A Crazy Home And Wont Even Except My Visits. She Hates Me.

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