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Are you afriad to die? What do you think would be the worst way to go?
02/27/2012
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Destri Destri
I am not afraid of death in any way. I do, however, want to be around for many more years with my husband and family before that happens.

Worst way to go?? Well, I guess in some long, lingering and very painful way that would be a burden on my family. That, or on the toilet!
02/27/2012
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Not so much afraid of death. I'm fearful of the pain and loneliness I'll feel, when my girl dies. I worry, too, over the pain I'll cause to her when I die.
02/27/2012
js250 js250
My death does not bother me at all. I am not afraid to die. I am sad for my family I am leaving behind, but will be with them in spirit and thought.
02/27/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I'm not afraid of death. It's the dying part that bothers me - I suspect, like being born, it will involve a lot of pain and trauma. :-/
02/27/2012
JessCee JessCee
I am afraid of death... if I think about it too much I'll throw myself into an anxiety attack... so I don't even want to think about the worst way to die.
02/27/2012
BobbiJay BobbiJay
I am not afraid to die, but I am afraid of what will happen to my son if i die before he is able to take care of himself.
02/27/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I am not afraid to die.
02/27/2012
Beck Beck
I am not afraid of death, but I do worry about what would happen after I die. There is no point in fearing death because it happens to everyone, so you have to learn to except that. I worry about my boys if I were to die too soon as they are only 1 and 3, so they would need someone to care for them, but also the rest of my family wouldn't handle it well. I think that the worst way to die is slow and drawn out where you lose everything...your memory, your thought, your ability to care for your self, your sanity, and everything else, which is growing old. I spent yesterday in a Nursing home with my MIL and we were they only people in there visiting and every time we go there is hardly anyone visiting the 150 residents. Many of them are left there in the care of the staff and no one comes to see them and no one has for years, I think this is the worse death you can have. It is slow and you lose everything without even knowing it. The nursing home, to me, is super sad.
02/27/2012
Jul!a Jul!a
I'm not necessarily afraid of death, I'm afraid of not knowing what comes after it. Even if what came after was crappy, if I knew what to expect I'd be a lot less scared of it.
02/27/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
I'm afraid of HOW I will die...murder being the biggest fear.
04/01/2012
kendra30752 kendra30752
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Originally posted by rawsonbr
Are you afriad to die? What do you think would be the worst way to go?
Ew. I know that I'll go to heaven when I die, but I'm very afraid of dying. I just don't like it! Lol. I think I just like living. I know it'll be all perfect in heaven, but I'm always afraid I won't have something like my cats or a loved one. I try not to dwell on it and if I do, I read my bible for happier thoughts on the matter.
04/01/2012
rawsonbr rawsonbr
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Originally posted by JessCee
I am afraid of death... if I think about it too much I'll throw myself into an anxiety attack... so I don't even want to think about the worst way to die.
I feel your pain.
04/17/2012
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