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To all psychos from euthanasia

I have a short confession, but enough to dispel the doubts of geniuses who support euthanasia. My wife had a tragic accident, her car was roofing, goatling and hitting the pole, Anna was taken out by three firefighters because the car looked like a crushed can. She had a broken spine and it was in a few places, only a lucky patch of luck made her not break her spinal cord. She was beaten, with a concussion, swelling of anything that could swell, a broken hip bone... a pile of misery. They put her in the hospital, I was sitting by her bedside every day, and Anna, soaked in a lot of drugs and traumatized, hardly spoke to me. Our dog was killed in the accident, he was riding on the back seat without security and hitting him killed him in a second. Anna experienced this at times more than her condition - such a typical stress transfer. However, once it turned out that the pain was already unbearable for her - the doctors suspected that brain swelling might leave some consequences and Anna started talking about euthanasia. At first I thought it was just a shock, but no - she was depressed overnight, she was afraid of the consequences of the accident, that she would be a "vegetable", she would be in a wheelchair and she didn't want that. That her life will no longer be the same (active sports, successes in this field, planned pregnancy), so euthanasia is her salvation. And now, if it was legal in our country, what could I do? She was so shocked that even I wasn't enough for her to stop thinking about...well, about suicide. If she was legal, my wife would have committed suicide out of sadness, and that's legal. To "ease the suffering." Yeah, she's actually in a wheelchair, but the feeling in her legs will probably come back, just not right away. Imagine how, with legal euthanasia, the doctors would tell me: "Your wife has decided she doesn't want to get tired." And yet it was temporary! I think that with the others... people do. That in their suffering they make this decision, and then their families regret it, and who knows, maybe they also despair, looking down on them, that they made a mistake... Euthanasia is pure evil.
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Eh... Sure. Euthanasia pure evil. Abortion pure evil. Everything kills, and everyone has a chance and a right to live. To make this world so black and white...
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Not with the subject, but five. Fairy tail lusts!
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And not evil? A legal suicide, there's really something to support...
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Since when is suicide illegal? XDA if it really is, does anyone know what the penalties are?
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Death penalty xD
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And isn't it the height of aoganism to take a man's last decision about how he wants to leave this world? It's not heroism dying in pain in the armpit shit. Just a little while longer, and from suicide, I'll... ...because it's not like the patient is pressing a syringe and the doctor is pressing a syringe and sometimes a machine. A man's whole life has a choice of whether he wants to die or to live (because he could have killed himself earlier) and yet he hasn't done it, so why should someone take it away from him when he's on his way to the other side when he's gone and who's by his side? The second case to be euthanized first the commission examines the application and investigates whether the patient has a chance to be cured or to live without pain, no one euthanizes because of the disability. After euthanasia, you can't go in like a beautician and make an appointment Friday afternoon. It's a long conversation with a psychologist and doctors. I wouldn't forgive myself if a loved one were to die in pain for years and I would refuse to die worthily without pain.
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Some people can't jump from a skyscraper window, cut their wrists or drown themselves. They have mental barriers. And it saves their lives. If they could just say yes, I want to die, they would die. A... make a comment on how they live. And many of them have a wonderful life.
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If someone has a mental barrier, it means they don't want to kill themselves. A person who's going to kill himself just does it. I've written about cases where a man on the last line should have the right to choose how to leave... ...and get the commentary out of this world. Suffering doesn't obey and comparing a disease where you struggle every day with disability and pain, where you see the same walls and the pain tears your body to pieces for a mental illness (which can be cured) is out of place when it comes to talking about euthanasia.
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but sometimes it happens that the mental barrier does something, e.g. as a child you would like a toy in the flow of emotions and then you regret the same with euthanasia only the worse effects are
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...he's not gonna kill himself like that, he's gonna jump off a bridge or hang himself... Fucking logic. Euthanasia is just more humane because you hate dying.
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Yeah, lying in the hospital after that, he can get up and go to the bridge. How did you say that? Oh, I remember: "fucking logic"
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How much someone wants to kill themselves, and the suffering they're going to suffer...
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it is enough that he suffers during his life
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I agree with you. I often think about it, but I'm afraid my parents are in trouble. As always.
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Nothing, but it's nothing, no protest against life is good!
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You're a psycho if you want to make people suffer without asking their opinion. Just like Catholics from the abortion ban, who want sick and distorted children to be condemned to short but full... ...you want to disarm her, to squat her in the sink because she valued the dog higher than you.
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But if a person survives, is it worth it?
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Not all Catholics are against abortion and not all atheists are for abortion. It's a matter of their views, not faith or something. I'm not gonna produce myself, but stop with these stereotypes (yes, these are stereotypes).
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He's also talking about his wife's case. If she did it because she'd be scared, she'd be wrong. He'll most likely regain his feeling and be fine
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I don't like the fact that Catholics force others to live by their faith. and where's the free will?
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I don't get to believe in choosing what's right and what's wrong. Even regardless of her, I know that life should be respected and valued in spite of everything. But I can't decide for everyone, so... ...let everyone decide for themselves... develop a commentary and let everyone have their own remorse later. But my heart is squeezing when someone takes their own life or someone else's life "because yes". Natural death is understandable, not forced, the worst that can happen.
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There are different cases and nobody reasonable will do it "because yes"
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I am of the Catholic faith. It's not that easy for me to support or not support an abortion. My conscience tells me to intercede for life. If I let others take them away, it's my sin, the so-called "others". With Dr.... unveil the commentary on this page I know that not everyone is a believer and the same conscience tells me that I should not deprive others of their right to decide. After all, God did not fence the tree with the forbidden fruit with a wall, but it stood free in the midst of other trees and anyone who wished could approach it.
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I'm a Catholic too. but why impose our faith on other people living in this country? if someone wants to do an abortion, let them do it. This is his conscience.
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Personally, I'm pissed off by this Catholic brawl. They say that a child should decide whether he or she wants to be baptized when he or she grows up and at the same time they are in favour of someone deciding whether to live or not >:(
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Just because someone is against an abortion, for example, doesn't mean that they support themselves with a decision on faith, people. There's such a thing as sensitivity, not "because faith so orders."
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First of all his, but ours too, if we support abortion in a referendum, for example. Anyway, I'd love to wash my hands, but I can't do that either.
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And what does that have to do with faith? A simple human sensitivity. Now, the best thing to do is to have a big hey on Catholics. Hello, it's people too.
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read it again
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Your wife will regain sensation in her legs, she has you - a person who loves her incredibly and, author of the confession, you present a great attitude at this point, but there are various cases, more unhappy than before... Discuss your wife's case, there are people who have no one and/or are in worse shape. At such moments it is difficult for such a person to think positively. There are different cases, different situations - this is a difficult subject, so it is all the more important not to generate that "euthanasia is bad". Of course, I am talking here about an individual assessment of whether euthanasia is the end of suffering or a temporary weakness.
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It is very gratifying that your wife has a chance to improve, but you can't judge from her case ONLY. There are cases where there is no improvement. Not everyone is able to lift... Explain the commentary on being depressed when you are locked in a stationary "box" and the depressive state is not temporary. It is best to look at one example that you have experienced and to judge in advance that the rest of the people do too.
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And death will give you what? What's certain now is, what if you die and there's still nothing? What's the fun of not being able to experience anything anymore? I don't think it's any fun, but it's different in life and you have to accept what's... ...and just accept it. I understand, the approaches are different, how many people have so many views, but I don't support getting away from problems, whether it's abortion or euthanasia. Hey, guys, as long as it comes in, I know there's people who think like me.
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I support you 100%
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Escape from a problem you can't solve? I don't mind. And no, we're not gonna hey as much as we can, it's just that some people here know that something like you wrote is easy m&oacut... expand your comments until you experience it yourself. But of course I don't wish that on anyone.
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Any problem can be solved. EVERYONE.
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Stop it. You think I can't feel it? I understand it well, but I just don't understand how you can take your life. That's it. Is that easy for me to say? And you're not supposed to be any easier to talk about death? And with a man like that... ...and then you're gonna have to make a comment. Don't worry, if something like that gets me, I won't resort to euthanasia. Not for an abortion. Because life has to be taken on the chest. Nobody said it would be easy. But what do I know there.
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You're right. You have to take it to the chest. But someone may be too weak for that. Good luck, though, if you decide to continue living in this situation.
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Despite all the inconveniences that life would cost too much, I wouldn't be able to give it up.
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He'll imagine it. You're sick, you have stomach cancer, the treatment failed. You can't get out of bed. You're going to starve to death, and you're going to experience incredible suffering. You want to live like this? Such a... expand the commentary on the incidents are millions. Sometimes they are experienced by children, sometimes adults, sometimes old. You want a child to suffer so much "because life has to be taken on the chest"?
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I couldn't just take my own life. I'm sick of it, sometimes I hate it, but I wouldn't end it for anything. It's gonna end. Anyway, come on. I didn't survive this, and I don't want to for nothing, but if I do... ...and you'll have to make a comment... I'll do as I wrote above. I don't speak for everyone, I speak for myself, so you can refrain from criticism.
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Okay, I'd kill myself.
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Yeah, because you're a fucking vegetable and you can't move, and you're in incredible pain. You stick with the fact that nothing's gonna change and you're gonna be stuck like that for the rest of your life, because it's better to live &quot... expand your commentary; full of life"!
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Fucking. It's not like he says he wants to die today and gets an IV tomorrow. These are conversations with a psychologist, with loved ones and a lot of thinking. Accepting euthanasia is respect for the other person's decision, against their selfishness... ...and then you're gonna have to make a comment.
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I was going to write the same thing
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unless they're really gonna be hard cripples all their lives... prior to euthanasia, they should be examined psychologically to determine whether they are consciously making a decision
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Well said. examine under psychic account. And a person with cancer who's had a few months to live in pain is mentally aware of his decision. There are many such cases. I'm too legacy... Develop a commentary abortion and euthanasia. everyone has the right to decide about their life. it is better to have an abortion or to ban it, and let some bastard or pathologist murder or leave children in a dumpster after birth...don't think about it, it is better to do this abortion sometimes. it is a foetus and imagine a newborn baby in a dumpster dying of starvation, cold, etc.
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it's not hey, but it'll make you better. You wrote that everyone has the right to decide about their life and that abortion is deciding about someone else's life. Thank you so much
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My grandfather was dying of cancer. He suffered, his medication did not help him and he lay in agony for almost a year in the hospital knowing that he would die. He said he wanted euthanasia. I don't think euthanasia is bad, not after seeing... I'd like you to comment on how your grandfather was getting tired.
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Your wife had an accident. She didn't have cancer or a severe neurological condition. I am such a coincidence, and when I fall into a state of painful catatonia, nothing can help me. My loved ones know... expand your commentary on this and I would like to have the choice of dying at home, surrounded by my family, in my bedding or in a hospital bed. I may be a psycho, but you're definitely not smart. Not everyone is like your wife, but in a wheelchair. Believe there are worse things.
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It's not a hey, but a correction. Don't judge if someone is intelligent by a few words written. And I wish you all the best and (if possible) a recovery.
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I have an uncle who has multiple sclerosis. He doesn't even move his eyes anymore. And what, sick of a disease, should I ban him from euthanasia?
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Euthanasia isn't done right away because the patient wants it. Before the doctor gives his consent, a mass of tests are carried out, a conversation with a psychologist is held and the patient cannot decide if he suffers from depression. I don't care... ...and you can't know why their loved ones may have decided to undergo euthanasia... Oh, I wish you and your wife health and happiness! :)
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I'm glad your wife will come out of this, but others aren't or won't be so lucky. Put yourself in the shoes of your wife and imagine that not everything went well and that she would be a "vegetable". You'd be looking at j... unfold the commentary others walk, live and play, and you can't, you'd start envying them and then maybe hate them. Your wife was thinking about euthanasia because it wasn't sure if she could live the life she had lived before the accident, but it took some time and everything worked out well. I have a question: how do you tear off the slice at one time and clamp your teeth or in pieces for 30 minutes? It's the same with this situation, the longer it hurts, not only you, but also the loved ones who look at it. I wish your wife health and happiness to you.
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Euthanasia is evil, but in a few cases it is necessary. According to me, it should be allowed only when there is no chance of improvement, even minimal, but on the contrary, the condition of such a person may deteriorate. It's... Explain the comment depending on the situation, but in your case you are absolutely right
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Pure evil is your selfishness. You're thinking about yourself, not what's going on in her head and her suffering. She's not yours.
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Oh, how beautiful. Will you tell this story to my friend's uncle with such advanced multiple sclerosis that he can only keep his eyes open and talk? Not even a finger can nod...
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I don't know about the rest, but for me euthanasia should be legal in cases where there is no chance for a healthy, normal life and everything is ruined. If I was terminally ill, or so... Discuss a serious accident, euthanasia would be better for me than making trouble for my loved ones and stop doing what I love. You can hej as much as you want, but I'm the type of man who would be more likely to support killing someone (at least it's humane, isn't it?) in case of great pain, reluctance, sorrow than supporting forced, commanded life.
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But not those who really do die in pain, the doctors must be sure that the condition will not improve.
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As some people write, you have to understand that there is a multitude of cases... You judge it by your prism, and you ask your wife after everything she thinks about euthanasia in general... Explain the comment...(?), did you just write your thoughts, the situation of the wife you were, just an observer...(?), I once had an operation and the postoperative pain was also unbearable and in those two days when I was suffering I was thinking about suicide too, because the pain is sometimes too great to live with, but I knew I would come out of it, and there are people who suffer from e.g. muscle atrophy, etc. and they suffer day after day, for some people life is hell..., they live in suffering and for no one there is hope, they will die in that suffering... and for such people, euthanasia should be allowed, for those for whom there is no hope, besides doctors are not idiots and if the wife wants euthanasia, doctors will not do it, doctors must also agree to it and there must be a specific reason.
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I personally support euthanasia. If you don't want to get tired, you have to relieve that man. You know, it must be a thoughtful decision, not a decision taken overnight. If I had been in such an accident, it's true... I'd probably decide to do it myself. If I became a 'vegetable', I would not only have practically no life, but I would also make it harder for those who took care of me. So Yeah, I support euthanasia
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Your wife probably said that under the influence of the state she was in and the fear of what would happen to her now. Stay with her and knock it out of her head, you're here to give her the meaning of life, to get through... solve your commentary problems. I know that because my dad's also in a wheelchair after the accident, only in his case it's permanent. Was he thinking about suicide? Sure. But he knows he has a family that loves and supports him. Euthanasia should only be used to end the lives of people, who sooner or later will die anyway, and every day of their lives is a great suffering, one that is unbearable.
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Another person who's trying to convince me of his opinion! I have my opinion, my beliefs, my life. So to speak, get off my back. And live your life.
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Euthanasia is not as bad as you think... I'm behind her myself and I was ready for her after my accident.
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Well, I changed my mind about euthanasia
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You know what... that life will fight for 5 minutes and a mother who wears them for 9 months and loves them is so easy to accept that after 9 months she will lose them in 5 minutes?! And then you're surprised that people commit... ...to discuss the suicides...
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But seriously, I would have committed suicide if I had been in a wheelchair. I couldn't stand it without sport.
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The author has no idea what the procedures for euthanasia look like and he is still persistent in trying to push his opinion into our hands.
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A man with stomach cancer, you're gonna starve to death?
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you're a psychoXD
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Oh, she's gonna show Awi that she's heartless again. Euthanasia and abortion are bad. But if I were to watch my child get tired, if every breath is painful for him, I'd really ask for a euth... develop a commentary or even an abortion if I knew it during pregnancy. But, uh... Who wants to live when the pain is huge like a Chinese wall? Who wants to look at it?
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Your wife will most likely regain her senses, but what else? I'll quote the events of the book "Before you showed up." A man loved life and everything connected with it: practising sports, ... expand the commentary on traveling, normal functioning. But everything has changed. He suffered a C5/6 spinal cord injury. He was in a wheelchair, had no feeling from his neck down. He could only move almost invisibly with one hand. It was known he wouldn't regain his sensation. He promised his family an extra six months to live. He kept his word and lived those days best in the world (but this is for another story) with Lou. He still had no doubts about euthanasia. He did it. He knew that if he did, he wouldn't depend on others. No more infections that could kill him, no more pneumonia, no more wiping another person's ass. He got away with it all. He experienced a wonderful love, changed Lou's perception of possibilities and changed himself thanks to it. I recommend this book. I also recommend that you think about euthanasia...
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sometimes euthanasia is needed
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Not everyone is so lucky.
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jeju what an idiotism xd
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There's enough violence in the world, enough death for no reason... Euthanasia? I support it. Abortion? No. You want to kill? Do it with your own hands, take a spoon and scrape your own life that's 100% better c... make a man's comment than you do. Even if he's sick, even if he lives for 5 minutes. He'll show you he's fighting and you just gave up. Pier*ole you fucking feminist bastards
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Yeah, 'cause when a baby dies hours in terrible suffering after birth, it better be suffering, right?
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and I'll add that going through the whole pregnancy knowing that the baby will live those five minutes in great suffering can lead to depression. And then looking at it? I'd be sick of living. And a sick child is all nerves, it heals... develop a commentary and life from the allowance. You don't know what such pain is. And without feminists, women would be housewives and have no right to vote.
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Euthanasia is good
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Holy right, Euthanasia and Abortion is the right to kill :/
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