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Yes.I wouldn't be overly stressed though, I don't mean to sound like a hard man, I just don't get stressed in those situations, I would know because I have been in life threatening situations before and I know how I behave in them, I just don't make a big deal out of it.The reason is, the last thing I want is for the last words people hear from me to be me complaining, I would rather be having humour with them to the end.I have a very dangerous disability, so I don't actually ever know when my last day is, so I prefer to have a fun and humorous day with people every day, just in case, because why would I want my friends to have to remember my last words being me crying and being scared when they could be happy remembering me smiling and laughing and complaining about the price of a pint in my neighbourhood? <3So yes, get treatment but don't over think it all <3 <3 <3 <3
I want to keep living, so I would seek treatment for a dangerous illness. If you feel like you want to die, I encourage you to talk to a counselor and get help. There are friends and family who care about you and care that you're alive and well. Talk to one of them if that works for you also.
I have a medical device in my brain and if that malfunctions it is classified as a medical emergency. So, yes I do go to the ER but only when it is an urgent matter.
I probably would but maybe not if the treatment was horrible. Anyway I’m concerned about you having these morbid thoughts. I’m convinced it’s related to your past life.
I’d go to the hospital for life threatening. Small things I treat myself at home I hope you get out of your funk. I don’t like that you don’t like life
I had one and I did. I didn’t want it but my parents insisted.
It depends: If I still had a good chance of surviving, then yes. If not, then I would probably just let nature take its course.
Yes my kids are only 8 I can't die untell they can take care of themselves at 14
I want to encourage you to be around for as long as possible. 14 isn't old enough to emotionally take care of yourself. Your parents are important if they love and support you and are rooting for you. My dad helped me buy a car as a single parent, took my middle school son to school daily, watched me get a master's degree when he was 85, along with my son. The three of us drove to the Grand Canyon on a once in a lifetime trip: 15, 55, 85. It was beautiful. If you're a healthy, vital parent, be around as long as you can. You have no idea how valuable you are!
I will try but is invevibital my parents died when I was 14 my dads parents died when he was 14 my grandpa's parents died when he was 14 and so on
Unless you have an unknown illness that guarantees your death when your kids are 14, don't go by that. You only have 50% of your dad's genes and they recombine in myriad ways... Maybe they lived unhealthy lives. Go for wellness to be there to live a great life for yourself and your children... I SO appreciated the time I had with my dad. He was a good man. So kind to my mother, so helpful to me and my son...
Yeah it depends I guess
If it's my time to go then it's my time to go.
If it's a coma, pull the plug.
Meh... It depends.
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