Life, living, dying, relationships, health

August 24, 2008 2:28am CST
You are feeling sick, stressed out and tired. You have beautiful, sweet, lovely toddlers to take care of. The doctor tells you that you have one year or so to live. Your husband has to work 24/7 to pay all the bills and support the family. You are trying to make ends meet, with the medical bills increasing by the week. Despite this, you still want to live your best life. Love your best. But the pain in your body and soul is becoming too much to bear. Nobody seems to empathize, much less, understand. What do you do? How would you do it? Do you think it is still possible to live your best life? Or you will just die your best?
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@rocker21 (2717)
• India
24 Aug 08
The best way is to forget that you are gonna die. Its just that you know things they hurt more. Never hide anything from the partner just to make them feel no stress on the present time. Chronic stress is good rather than sudden shock of you leaving them forever off this world somewhere. Instead just let everyone know whats going on, atleast your partner has the right to. Live your life as you never gonna die, Feel yourself lucky that you are one of the people who could know when they are gonna die atleast they can make a celebration to leave this earth and time to go now! Look at sudden deaths!, no time to die too!
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