their loved ones benefit or theirs?
Everytime I see a person (whether it's a child or an old person or anyone) on a machine, they can barely function and hardly do anything for themselves, I often think that the person keeping them alive is being selfish. I know it's cruel to say, but I find it worse to keep a person who is close to death, chained to a machine or in bed than it is to just let them go. I think, in these cases, the loved ones are being selfish.
What are your thoughts?
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