Sorry for the crazy stupidness of this question just curious as to how people would answer this.
Kindal Kindal 46-50, F 9 Answers Jul 29, 2009

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If you have a long term illness you'd feel yourself becoming weaker and weaker or endure intensified pain over a period of time.

If you were suffocating in some way you wouldn't be able to catch your breath and it would be a struggle just to breathe.

If you're having a stroke, you have trouble concentrating, have blurred speech or vision. Then you collapse and that's it (not all people die from stroke).

If you've been shot, you'll feel a burning sensation in that location, then feel weak. If you loose enough blood you'll die.

In some cases you don't feel it at all. My cousin died of a heart attack. It was instantaneous. She felt tired. Laid down and died. Or like Natasha Richardson, she fell skiing, her head hurt a little, then the pressure in her brain was too much and she died. People that die from aneurysms don't usually feel anything in advance. It's an instant explosion in the brain.

So the short answer is, it depends on what you're dying from.

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Face it, we're all dying.

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Believe me!....You would know!!....We are all Dying!

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Because you were born. We're all gonna go sometime - all you gotta do is BE born.

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Where all dying get over it. some r letting themslefs die qicker than others. I am i can feel it >_> im fine with it though. Its my faith ive choosen and i shall not back out. So if you wish to live dont say or think ithink im dying becuase you will die

you choose when your going to die but then you dont but most of it is up to you.

Get over it its life.

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hopefully, I will have no idea. When my time comes, i want it to be swift and merciful. I don't want to ever have the thought "OMG, I think I'm going to die." I know we will all die someday, but I can't fathom what it would actually be like to know your time is up.

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By measuring the extent to which you are living.

It goes one way...or the other. Always.

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Your relatives surround you and keep asking how you feel.

worry especially if you wake up in a hospital bed before they arrive. while you are waiting for the dctor everyone speaks in hushed tones , and keep saying stuff like "you look like death warmed over --oops I didn't meant to mention death." When you doctor comes in and keep saying" Tsk Tsk Tsk" as he examines you, and his nurses cry when they look at you.

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