• Yes! I'd have to live for my daughter - she needs me.
  • Any one or maybe one of each most likely, but if I ever end up where I can't feed myself or wipe my own b*tt that will be when my time here is over.
  • Really tough question. As long as my mental faculties were still there, I'd say yes, as long as I could learn to mostly fend for myself. The last thing I want to do is to be a burden on a loved one.
  • Although it's still much better than losing my head, I don't think I'd want to live without my arms and legs. What would I do other than talk? Lol.
  • You might be a bit surprised by my answer. So I'm warning you in advance. I sort-of qualify for your Q. I lost one leg - below the knee - to diabetes. I'm an amputee. Life is ABSOLUTELY wonderful! Granted there are some challenges - things I'm not able to do as well as I once did. I look forward to each minute of each day! Two days each week I do volunteer work at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital Philadelphia, PA I counsel some of the patients, their families and their friends. I tell them my story and ask them Qs. I give them information. As a living, breathing example, folks see there IS life beyond amputation. I'm helping folks see that life. At the end of each and every day, when I'm in the privacy of my car or home, I cry tears of joy. Yes, at times I cry some tears of sadness. But I'm not sad for myself. I'm sad for those folks who deny there IS, CAN BE AND SHOULD BE A WONDERFUL life beyond amputation. Due to the "Privacy Agreement" I signed, I won't disclose any of those folks' names. I get more out of it than anyone can imagine! For those folks who don't do any volunteer work: I WAS "a doubting Thomas". "It IS far, far better to give than to receive." You'll discover that saying is true when and if you ever decide to do volunteer work. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Because you asked "THE University of Hard Knocks" also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons"
  • It would be tough until I got my bionic arms and legs.
  • Yes. I would find something to live for.
  • All 4 limbs? Hmmm. That is a tough one. I would no longer be able to contribute to society and I would be dependent on someone else for the rest of my days. I doubt i could stand it for very long :( Sad, but true.
  • Nope, I would want to die.

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