Giving your all

United States
July 20, 2008 11:34am CST
If a man and a woman are married and are the same blood type should one offer up an organ if the other needs it? Isn't that what true love really is, keeping your love alive and well at all costs?
3 responses
• United States
20 Jul 08
I cannot imagine NOT giving whatever is necessary to save the life of a loved one. My sister needed a bone marrow transplant, and although we were different blood types, our tissue types matched (she was O+ and I am AB+). When they told me I was a match, I said, ok, when? When people tell me things like "that was so nice of you," I think it is a strange thing to say. There was never a question "will I or wont I?" My sister needed it and I gave it. No questions asked. She is alive and well 21 years later. I guess there are some people who would say no, but I can't imagine how anyone could be that selfish.
• United States
20 Jul 08
I only wish I could be so lucky
20 Jul 08
it maybe exists, but now many people loves themselves than their loves. today i find a topic about a couple from other forum. they love deeply and the woman got HBsAg, HBeAg and Anti-HBc Positive when in child. the man request his wife to abort and finally unmarry. they still love each other, but how can they do?
• United States
20 Jul 08
I can understand his point becuase you can always have another child but you cannot necessarily have another spouse.
@alian818 (113)
• China
21 Jul 08
yes,i will give all i have to keep my lover alive,if possible.what is love.i think love is giving.