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Wow - that's deep and thought out - thanks for sharing. It definitely makes one think about things in my life and makes them seem rather trivial at times. I've never had anyone that's dying pour out their story to me although being in law enforcement I've been with more than one person and their family at the end.


I work in EMS. I know where you are coming from and have had similar experiences. Sometimes the stress from the job builds up without you even realizing how much you are holding and then that one call or that one pt happens and you need some kind of release somehow.

I've been there too.


Very thoughtful post. You have a career I know I wouldn't be able to do. Kudos to you.


Amazing post. *hugs*

Thank you


I LOVE this blog.


I just wanted to let you know that this touched me as well. I am a case manager at a hopsital and I know how you feel. I do the same thing when I leave the hospital the hospital stays at the hospital. It is very hard for me to seperate my feelings when I have a tough patient. I wish you all the best. I am still watiing for my first "real" kink experiance. It is hard to find it in Florida. take care

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