~ Rob's Living Dead Girl Due February 15; Royersford, Pennsylvania 2559 posts7th May
In certain circumstances, it
K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts7th May
Quoting I♥RYLEIGH:" I mean... if someone's in a coma, someone else shouldn't be able to make that decision for them... like ... [snip!] ... the point where they are in a coma or something... and can't respond, then yeah, when they are diagnosed it should be an option"
I would trust my DH to make that decision for me. He would do what was best, and I would do the same for him. But I like the option to choose at the point of diagnosis.
You and me + 3 Due November 18; 19 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3775 posts7th May
Yes i believe it should be given with the patients consent
The Master 2 kids; Perth, Australia 19945 posts8th May
Quoting kacti:" I would trust my DH to make that decision for me. He would do what was best, and I would do the same for him. But I like the option to choose at the point of diagnosis."
I have a living will so nobody has to make that decision
K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts8th May
Quoting Destiel:" I have a living will so nobody has to make that decision"
We should make one... just not something we've gotten around to...
Tarynosaurus Rex San Antonio, Texas 1271 posts9th May
I think anyone who wants to die should be able to die. No one should be denied that choice if that's what they truly want.
FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 25420 postsstatus 9th May
Quoting Minion:" Do you support human euthanasia? Should it be an option to dying patients? I think it should be. Animals ... [snip!] ... want to go. I think it's a person's right to choose to die in dignity instead of drugged up agony. :? What do you think?"
I absolutely think we should have that right... putting a bullet to our heads or being in agony with an OD should not be the way we go out... we should be able to have a peaceful "out" with the right medication, and no pain. We give our animals the dignity to "go" when they are in pain and ready to leave the living... why can't we do it for humans too?