Having the choice at the end of my life has become incredibly important. It has given me a sense of peace during a time that otherwise would be dominated by fear, uncertainty and pain.
There is a difference between a person who is dying and a person who is suicidal. I do not want to die. I am dying.
Americans around the country who came forward to make my 'bucket list' dream come true.
To have control of my own mind... to go with dignity is less terryfying. When I look at both options I have to die, I feel this is far more humane.
The reason to consider life and what's of value is to make sure you're not missing out. Seize the day. What's important to you? What do you care about? What matters? Pursue that, forget the rest.
I'm choosing to suffer less. To put myself and my family through less pain.
Spread good energy. Pay it forward!
I believe this choice is ethical, and what makes it ethical is it is a choice.
I won't live to see the death-with-dignity movement reach critical mass, but I call on you to carry it forward.
If you ever find yourself walking a mile in my shoes, I hope that you would be at least be given the same choice.
It is people who pause to appreciate life and give thanks who are happiest. If we change our thoughts, we change our world! Love and peace to you all.
We all just realized that I am terminally ill and I'm dying and I would just prefer to die with less pain and less suffering.
Who has the right to tell me that I don't deserve this choice?
The world is a beautiful place, travel has been my greatest teacher, my close friends and folks are the greatest givers. I even have a ring of support around my bed as I type … Goodbye world. Spread good energy. Pay it forward!
I hope to enjoy however many days I have on this beautiful Earth and spend as much of it outside as I can surrounded by those I love.
I want to die on my own terms.
The thoughts that go through your mind when you find out you have so little time is everything that you need to say to everyone that you love.
I feel very fortunate to go surrounded by love. I'm proud of the life I lived.
Right when I was I was diagnosed my husband and I were actively trying for a family, which is heartbreaking for us both.
I feel lucky... I have tremendous support so I've never felt alone.
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