Im hoping im full blown dementia by then oO
Get the gun, hold up the local McDonald's wait for the swat team. Im not going alone!
You are too funny and too cute to die alone. You'll be able to pay someone off before then :P
You don't. If you think you're going to die alone, then go and find someone that'll care about you enough, that you won't.
We ALL die alone!<br />
When our exit time arrives,it's our ticket getting punched...<br />
In fact,one could argue that leaving a fewer number of individuals grieving... is very unselfish and humane :)
I just don't know<br />
I never wanted to be unmarried and alone. And as the the years have gone on, I've filled my hours with reading, DVDs and music. Poor substitutes for a loving companion, but the only way to distract myself from the loneliness and emptiness. <br />
I'm not sure if there is any effective way to deal with the realisation, other than distraction.
About 18 years ago when I decided to give up smoking. I looked around at all my smoking buddies in the designated smoking room at work and I realized that while there was a camaraderie among us, they weren't going to be with me when I died. <br />
Death, itself has never scared me. Recently I've started believing that my soul will go on after my body dies. It's either a spiritual belief I've developed or it's just due to the fact that I'm getting older. Maybe it's both...
I've heard that too. It is a sobering thought. Life is precious, which is why I try to enjoy it a day at a time...
We're in different situations. It's precious because I not only have it, but I'm in relatively good health.
I spent most of my life as a drug addict and now that I'm in recovery I'm enjoying my life. I also have children and grandchildren and great grandchildren that I want to stick around to enjoy.
I have come to realize that life isn't the end, but I'm enjoying myself and I want to hold into it.
I understand where you're coming from and if my liver disease was worse, I might have different ideas.
I was close to death 3 years ago and, by the grace of god, I managed to take back my life. It wasn't my time to die. I plan in hanging onto life for as long as there is some quality to it.
If you want to talk I will be happy to talk with you...
Yes, it is very scary and it can be a slippery slope. Since I not only know what you're going through, but I know you, I'm sure that you don't take it lightly!
Whatever you decide will cause him stress and pain. I guess that's why he's leaving it up to you.
You cant even feel good about relieving your pain...
That a tough one for most of us. It's hard to find peace when we don't love ourselves...
I came one afternoon, to find my downstairs neighbor lady passed out drunk. A thunderstorm was coming, so I picked her up, and carried her up a few steps to the landing in front of her apartment. I suddenly became short of breath and dropped her like a sack of potatoes. <br />
I though I was having heart attack, so I struggled to my apartment. Last thing I remember was passing out as I entered my door. I awoke 4 hrs later. And I knew that I was near death, but thou I was alone, I was at peace. And at the risk of sounding like another EP religious nut, I did feel that God was close.<br />
A day later they found a tumor surrounding my heart, I hung in the balance for nearly four weeks at the University Of Minnesota. Funny, though I'm a cry baby, I never once, nor have, shed a tear since my diagnoses. <br />
Though I never planned to be an aging lonely bachelor, this is my fate, but I don't despair. I've discovered that when you have nothing left, you still have God. She/he is always near.<br />
WHAT THE HELL...I didn't even realize I wrote so much BS.<br />
"Devinamaria, would you please quit asking such intelligent questions!" GEEZ!
Oh man, you're a whole different level of crazy aren't you? - I like that lets be friends!
Oh heck no<br />
I'M TAKING EVERYONE WITH ME<br />
Take a nap.
Roll up a fat blunt and watch a good movie. You'll forget all about that.
I don't deal with it. I'll see when I get there :)