BARBRA HUTTMAN A CRIME OF COMPASSION
The author‘s story really moved me in a way that was very unexpected. I thought that I was very much pro life in any given situation, but after reading her story it really made me think about the patient and how we should be more willing to listen to what they want. I think the main reason that I have sided with her is my family has been through a tragic time of sickness, when my step father had cancer. He knew right away that he did not want to be resuscitated. I could not agree with his wishes, at first I had thought that it was very selfish of him to deny us a life without him, but as time went by and I could see how much pain he was in, it really hurt me. I then knew that there was no way we could ask him to be put through the pain of sickness, and only to be brought back to life to live in more pain. I agreed with a sad but no longer heavy heart, I could no longer watch him suffer. So, this story is one many of could have lived, so in every sense, I think she was right for what she did.
After receiving feedback from the CWE, the changes that I would make to my paper would minimal. The only mistake that I would change would be the part where I refer to the patient and how the patients should be listened to more often and given more rights. The correction I would make would be perhaps remove patient, and replace it with patients. Also another thing that I need to correct would be my title, the authors name did not need to be in all caps. Another suggestion was to replace in the first sentence really, with a more descriptive word such as genuinely. That is all that I would correct.
I think that my essay will very well persuade people to see my point of view very easily because I think that this a problem that a lot of people are struggling with the very same credit issues as I am. It is a very understandable issue that I think the government should address. I know that I am not alone in my thinking either. I don’t...
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