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doctor that told you that you had cancer and had 6 weeks to live?
laurie37 laurie37 18-21, F 14 Answers Sep 4, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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the car accident- without a doubt

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They would be devastating in different ways. With option A someone you love dearly is being taken away from you, it's unfair to the both of you and you have to live the rest of your life wondering "what if I had done x, would it have changed anything?" Trudging through every day knowing whoever it was won't be back and being reminded of that person's death. Option B you have to come to terms with your own death, which is breathtakingly horrific to think about but you can kind of come to terms with it, as you have 6 weeks to dwell on it, to expect it, to prepare for it, but you also have to think about the people you love and how they'll feel once you're gone.

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Easy, watching the love of your life die, I don't care about me, when the mission is over it is over, no sense crying.

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I agree. At least with cancer you still have time left to live and you and your loved one can do everything you wanted to do. :)

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Seeing her die, for sure. I could always negotiate for more time with the doctor. Pay him a little extra to add some time. :) Seriously, how often are they right on their guesses to how long someone will live?

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True. I guess if someone is strong enough maybe they could beat the cancer or just live a little longer. :)

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There was a woman lived near here who got that prognosis a few years back - cancer and one year left to live. She lived almost eight years after that. :)

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None, I have nothing to live for ;_;

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the one about getting cancer and dying, cause after i die i wont care about the first one

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