I could use some help right now. I\'m a nurse and we had a patient code as he was brought in by ambulance. We lost him. It was really graphic and I had never done CPR on a real person before. All the things they tell you about bones breaking are true. I went home that morning with images of all the dead that I\'ve seen, starting with my father who completed suicide when I was 14. I found him. It\'s the images and the smell that I can\'t get rid of. Makes me sick to my stomach. I need to help myself get rid of these images.
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