the reason i really ask this is because i feel embarassed when i freak out when people go near a dropoff......it makes me look like im paranoid......and i wanted to know if anyone else had any differences becuase of seeing someone die.........
Closest I came was when I saw a car crash, a pickup flew in the air and landed on the driver's side, I don't know if they actually died, and I didn't get close enough to see. XP Yeah though, it makes you think. I was rather shaky for a couple of weeks after that.
But man you guys, :S some of that stuff is really scary. ><
Last year my Grandma died of cancer. I was holding her hand. She was asleep though.
did it affect you in any way?
I haven't seen anyone die, hope I never do..
I can't really imagine something like that happening
oh my... o_o"
Originally Posted by Valleyman
personnaly, i have seen some of my relatives dead, but not the instant they died...
@jakko : maybe they actually wanted to see... ^^"
Sure, when my grandma died. Though since she went into 'no wakey, just sleepy, with constant screaming' well, I kinda thought of her as dead.
Poor grandma. No one deserved to die like that.
Stupid kidney failure.
On that note, if I ever get kidney failure it's suicide for me.
When i was younger i saw some woman have an epileptic fit... she died that day but i didn't see her actually die.
But i actually think the most traumatising death experience would have to be my hamster having a heart attach in my hands, she turned blue and died I was quite young and it freaked me out for quite a long time.
My brother's gf was on the top of a mountain flirting with this old man and he had a heart attach and died right in front of her :S she doesn't flirt with old men on top of mountains any more. :S
I was riding on the subway. When we ran someone over. It was gross. The worst part was everyone "Rubbernecking" to get a look. I also had to put my Grandfather into his death bed. That freaked me out.