Patients Respiratory system
Really don't want to know life expectancy
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I truly believe it is not a good idea to know life expectancy because it could add to my already stress (anxiety) feeling I carry 24/7. Each day I try to be happy.
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This is a great general discussion question that I think many others have considered themselves. Everyone has a limited time on earth, some get told about it from a doctor, others experience it from an unexpected accident, but knowing this does it change how you perceive life?
Would you rather know your estimated life expectancy or not? Would it give you more stress? Would it change the way you live? What are your thoughts on the topic?
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I agree. I believe deeply that humans were never meant to know their expected time of death. Even from a religious standpoint, I don’t believe God intended. Try it is the moral obligation of the medical community to do this. And yet, the hypocratic oath states “first do no harm”. It’s a mad world and it’s rapidly leaving me in the dust. I want off this ride. Never wanted to be on it.
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