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I'm alive today because of a defibrillator. Other members of my family also have Long Q-T syndrome. Please sign this petition so that defibrillators are available in all public places.
This can help save our children and elderly if you know what to do should the event arise. Please read and sign,
Help save our children and the elderly.
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My dad passed away on July 22, 2012 from a Cardiac Arrest. I'm going to tell you about my dad and what happened. I'm 16 and I would love the prayers. He was born in 1953 in Danville, Illionis. He was 59 when he died. He never knew his real parents. He was adopted. His adoptive father was an alcoholic. He was an angry drunk. His mom was always sick all the time and my dad always had to take care of her. They weren't affectionate or loving to my dad. I asked my dad once if his parents ever...
My dad passed away on July 22, 2012 from a Cardiac Arrest. I'm going to tell you about my dad and what happened. I'm 16 and I would love the prayers. He was born in 1953 in Danville, Illionis. He was 59 when he died. He never knew his real parents. He was adopted. His adoptive father was an alcoholic. He was an angry drunk. His mom was always sick all the time and my dad always had to take care of her. They weren't affectionate or loving to my dad. I asked my dad once if his parents ever said if they loved him, he said, "If they did I don't remember." I've never seen him cry before, not once. My mom said she remembers him only crying three times throughtout the whole marrige. They knew eachother for 20 years and were married for 15. One time was when me and my twin brother were born. He was afraid we wouldn't make it because I weighed 1 pound 15 ounces and my twin brother weighed 2 pounds 15 ounces. We were both born 3 months early. My mom told me he prayed about it during that time. He also always seemed to be worried about something and stressed. There was never a time when he wasn't that way. He also had an exsplosive temper. He never hit anybody or anything. He was a control freak. He wanted things to be just so and when they weren't it would send him in a panic. He was a completely selfless person. He ALWAYS made sure everybody had what they needed and wanted before he took care of himself. He had a very sad and tough life to say the very least and I hope with all my heart that I will get to see him again. He was my best friend. He considered me his world and I considered him mine. I was with him for the last hours of his life. I remember that day like it was yesterday, and it hurts. I remember that I just got home with him, I took the groceries in and went down stairs into my room. I usually said good bye but that time I didn't. I never saw him alive again. Its seems as if only minutes later that I heard my mom screaming for me and to call 911. I rushed into her room and found my dad lying on the bathroom floor dead. I checked for a pulse or breathing but there was nothing. His body was blocking the door and we couldn't get to him so I had to sqeeze in and move him.... That was the hardest part I think... I remember my mom crying on her bed saying, "Oh I knew it! I knew!" She said that because he had acted strangely one day and kept having to lay down. He was stubborn. His mindset was that he could fight through anything. I think he was also scared and didn't want to know if there was something wrong with him. Toward the end I think he felt that there was something not right. I think he just wanted to get through the summer because that's our busy time for us and go to the hospital in the fall. The doctors said that he died instantly before his body hit the ground. The paramedics tried everything but nothing worked. I just wish I got to say good bye. I miss him so much! There is a void in my heart that will never be filled again. He was the best dad and friend I ever could have asked for! I just hope and pray that I'll get to see him again with Jesus in Heaven!
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Post is up. http://www.drjohnm.org/2012/10/would-you-know-what-to-do/
I have always thought it a great idea