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unconcerned unconcerned 41-45, F 16 Answers Feb 2, 2013 in Struggles

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Yes, and I would die saving her.

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Whatever they asked for is what i would ensure happened.

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If they could think and still wanted 2, ya.

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It will hurt like hell to watch dem die but still I'll do evry thing possible to be wit dem so tat I dont regret it later .......

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Yes I would absolutely do it! :D

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When I was a younger RN, I promised my mother-in-law I would care for her when she was aged. Years later, she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. I promised her she would not suffer any pain. My husband & I cared for her in our home the last 5 mths of of her life. The last 2 wks of her life, she slipped into a coma& all of us held vigil @ her bedside& were present when she died. Her Dr told me, considering her disease, I did an excellent job in managing her pain.

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I am very careful about making promises. But I will keep them once made. In a situation when one wanted to be allowed to died his wish was honored.

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if its a horribly painful terminal illness then i would stand by my word and them to the end of thier lives

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as hard as it would be yes...thats just what love does..

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Depends on what would be best for the person. If I loved them I would try to act in their best interest....so like in the case of sickness, that could include watching them die.

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I have to say "I don't know the bounds of my friendships." I have stood by and watched / scene some pretty ugly shît. <br />
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Eventually if the friendship turns inward and I am being used / abused I have to walk away in self preservation. It usually isn't until mere death that this decision is made.

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Yes, imagine she is sick or something. I will go as far as needed.

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Am still keeping the promise i made

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