My brother saved my life when I was about 7 (he was about 15). I had gone too far out paddling in the sea. He waded in the sea and resusitated me long before the services arrived. He was always my hero throughout my life. Sadly he passed away a couple of years ago. I miss him. I adored him. He was funny, witty and a great friend over the years.
I saved myself and my brother from someone who was going to shoot us both by disarming Her. <br />
Saved myself and a friend from being murdered on the side of the road. (long story there) <br />
my girlfriend saved me from emotional death . . . whitout her to calm down my mind, i could have gone crazy
I was drowning and a friend held me up till I could get some rest long enough to swim in.The rip tide was strong I was exhausted.
about 13 years ago we were at the SPA, and as we were leaving (me holding my baby in my arms) i saw a body at he bottom of the pool (9ft deep) lying down motionless, i looked closer and starded screaming call 911! i told my husband to jump in, there were lots of people at the pool areas, they pulled a teenage boy and saved his life.,.to this day i cant get over it.....life was saved...and its just matter of minutes before life is gone......i thank God that he saved him. i didnt save his life..i just made noise.
I have helped someone beat drugs...
I would`nt say saved...but talked them out of doing something stupid.<br />
A few times in fact.
yes I have saved a life and given life and I have a few doctors that help me manage mine.
Sure, I save lives every day. There are many people that I didn't run over with my car even though I felt like it:))))
I don't know if I've saved other people's' lives or not, but my life has been saved so many times, especially as a child. I've almost been kidnapped, I've almost drowned many times, and I've almost been hit by a car many times. And my rescuers were always either my mom, or some random man.
Ten months ago I had a heart attack. (It was a blockage in my LAD artery - also called the WIDOWMAKER). Anyway, a perfect stranger stepped forward, and did CPR on me for a long time until the EMTs got there<br />
It was while I was shopping alone in a store. After the EMTs came and took over, this mystery person slipped back into the night silently, and I have no way to find them.<br />
I have this person to thank for my entire future now. And I am thankful to them for sparing my family from the sorrows of a fatherless home.<br />
All I hope to do now, is to learn CPR myself, and vow to be unhesitating in stepping forward to use it if the need arises. I hope I can pay it forward at some time in the future.