Yes, and I would die saving her.
Whatever they asked for is what i would ensure happened.
If they could think and still wanted 2, ya.
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 .......
Yes I would absolutely do it! :D
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.
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.
if its a horribly painful terminal illness then i would stand by my word and them to the end of thier lives
as hard as it would be yes...thats just what love does..
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.
I have to say "I don't know the bounds of my friendships." I have stood by and watched / scene some pretty ugly shît.
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.
it's a question you cannot answer till you face the moment.....I tried to save them
Yes, imagine she is sick or something. I will go as far as needed.
Am still keeping the promise i made