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I would say yes. This could save a life. The power of promises can do this...And I would go with this person as there would be nothing wrong with doing so...Friends need friends. And dance with happiness...

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Thank you for an honest and wonderful answer. (Not to influence anyone i'll withhold what i would do.)

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I am a nurse. Such things are not unheard of, dear.

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Such a profound question. Thank you for this one. kissesssssssssssssssss......

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I would say yes. My beloved and loving mate would understand. It they didn't I wouldn't have been with them in the first place. Once the person pulls through I would talk with them about my situation and how I am willing to go to the dance with them as long as they understand boundaries.

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A fine and honest answer. Thank you.

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Probably promise to go, but of course once he is out of the woods let him know that I am married and my husband will be joining us in the PX on New Year's as well.

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What's your purpose? Being kind or having a fling? Cause if it's just service, let your significant know about it and do it. I was getting ready to get engaged and still did dance lessons with an old flame. We were just dance buddies, it was no secret and no problem.

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i would say no.......i would say we can have dinner together

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Thank you for being frank. If he reacted respectfully but sadly, and the next day coming toward your work post you overheard his doctors saying he'd taken a serious turn for the worse and so had his spirit and emotions, upon approaching him during your first duty rounds, would you do anything different?

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not really.......when that person is seriously ill modern medicine takes over and sedates the mind and allows the physical self to take over the healing process......however i wouldnt mind giving her a vague assurance

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