So I need recommendations of anime movie which will make me cry
I knew it was going to be sad but holy hell man, I need help dealing with the pain
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Hello people!I just recently watched these movies and discovered that the genre of these types of anime are hella amazing so i’m hoping i could get some recommendations :D
Y'all, I had my EKG and stress test this morning. Got my results back just now. My Cardiologist says I'm in great shape for a dual transplant. I am over the moon, sobbing in my office. This was the last check mark. Hopefully I'll get listed soon.
It hurts. How do you move on from this? I feel so miserable this holiday
I have nothing to add. I feel betrayed by my own body. The doctor told me that my pancreas is getting smaller and smaller...
We don’t have a station named after a canonised organ you muppets get your facts straight
So I've been making my way through anime movies during my winter break from college. I watched Your Name a few months ago and A Silent Voice a year ago, and that was really the extent of my movie viewing.
In the past week or so I've watched Weathering With You, The Garden of Words, In This Corner of The World, and I Want To Eat Your Pancreas.
As I pulled up the movie last night to watch I was not really expecting that much and it was absolutely amazing. Usually during movies I'm checking the time a lot to see how much there was left but I never felt the need to check here, I was constantly engaged by the interaction between the two characters. I can tell this movie isn't for everyone but it really kept my attention the whole time.
The male lead being nameless was something really cool, i usually forget the names of these movie characters a lot so the fact that they made it a revealed it all the more interesting and more memorable to me. The male lead as a character was super interesting to me. He wasn't your ordinary "I hate the world" edgy guy with no friends although thats what he initially he seemed to be. He's genuinely super introverted and antisocial because he chooses to be. The whole thing about just deciding what other people think of you without talking to them is something I can relate to a little, it's a pretty natural thing to do. The way he learns from Sakura was so fun to watch and it felt realistic that he was slowly changed by her.
Sakura had a lot going on underneath the surface too and she was electric on screen and super fun to watch. When they finally revealed how she died I was shocked. I'm usually really good at noticing those Chekhov's Guns in these movies that pay off later but I completely forgot about those news reports. I remember seeing the trailer for this a long time ago and like many others thought it was just a movie where the girl with the illness dies because of it and the viewer is supposed to be sad. But the fact that it wasn't the illness that took her was probably one of the greatest subversions I've ever seen. It's also when I started shedding tears which I don't do often with character deaths. What got me the most is when Haruki asked her mother if he could cry. Something about seeing others dealing with loss is always more sad to me than loss itself.
Overall, I loved this movie so so much. More than I was expecting. I just wanted to share my thoughts :)
This news is very new. She went into the hospital on the 11th thinking she had a hernia because she felt a lump above her belly button. Then they thought it was just an infection or abscess. CT scans and tests show it is cancer. Advanced. We are still in the process of getting all of the answers but so far they believe it started on her right ovarie and we now know it has spread to her Pancreas and Liver. They will be checking her lungs and heart tomorrow. They drained 6liters of ascites (I believe that's what it's called?) From her abdomen today which was causing her a ton of pain, so that has helped but she still is having a hard time with mobility. They told her today it is inoperable. There are tumors (or nodules?) Littered throughout her abdomen.
We are all so shell shocked. She is totally there mentally. You would never know just from speaking to her. I have been trying to read some websites to get some insight on what to expect. I'm terrified. And everything is so sugar coated. I'm her daughter and 27 but everyone is handling me like a child who has already lost their parent. Anyone experienced anything similar to my mom's situation? I'm 2 states away and she is telling me not to rush out but I need to know how fast this can be without the fluff. I need to know signs to look out for. Please help me. I'm so lost.
I've been on an anime movie binge lately just watched Your Name and A Silent Voice. This one is my next pick but I would really really prefer to have a hard copy bluray version of this movie. Any recommendations on where I can buy it? I found it on Amazon but from the comments it says it's not exactly a reliable source.
Hi fellow insulin lovers, I feel all of your pain, but your pancreas is not dead. It is still busy making amylase, lipase, and proteases. These industrious little enzymes are busy digesting your carbs, fats and proteins. That is unless your pancreas is truly non functional or entirely removed. The you have EPI (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency)and are on PERT(pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy). If you know and take Creon horsepills with ever meal or snack with your first bite of food and after taking your insulin, then yes your poor pancreas has stopped working like mine and digestive enzymes are a distant memory same as insulin production. It's called Type 3c or pancreatogenic diabetes, Google it. If your pancreas is dead or dying, that is necrotizing pancreatitis.
The difference to us is as bad as people not knowing the difference between Type 1 and 2 or diabetes is caused by eating too much candy, well at least Type 1 that is.
Great article on Beyond Type 1: https://beyondtype1.org/what-i-wish-people-knew-about-type-3c-diabetes/
Today makes four yeas since my Kidney and Pancreas transplant. I don’t post in here much but y’all have helped me get through these last four years, I feel less alone and knowing that others are going through the same kind of things helps.
It seemed the voices in my head that had been chiming in with increasing urgency for over the last year weren't enough.
Not that it wasn't becoming a problem before that. But I could always keep it under some modicum of control.
I had some luck with kudzu helping me to cut back. But even that was becoming less dependable. That's because once you stop taking it, it's harder to voluntarily sign up to feel nauseated half the time all over again.
I'm out of the woods for now but in a way I am grateful for this particular alarm bell. Pancreatitis hurts like nothing else, and I've had gallstones (and subsequent gallbladder removal) and two c-sections under my belt. Knowing that it can kill you also helps.
Part of me is so angry. Angry with myself. Angry that it took things going this far to force me to come to terms with my problem. Angry that I now have to envision a life without the ability to just "have a few drinks." I'm trying not to think so far ahead. But I was drinking upwards of 2 pints of vodka in a night. Spending $60 a week on 3 1.75L bottles. More money if you count mixers and I could only envision it getting worse.
My husband would drink some of that too, but the lion's share was mine. And when I'm not drinking, he drinks far less. He just doesn't have the same bug, I guess.
I'm now 10 days without a drink. I'm sleeping better overall (though last night was rough). My head feels less foggy. I'm less bloated. Less depressed. Not nearly as prone to eating like shit. I don't think I have had any physical withdrawals, and for that I consider myself lucky.
I hope I can drop it like I dropped cigarettes 10 years back. I don't look back on the smokes fondly. They nearly killed me too. But that's a story for another sub.
I found the Movie I want to eat your pancreas really nice and relatable and i was searching for more animes like that, preferably the style should be more like the one in I want to eat your pancreas but of course it doesn't need to be that fancy, please any suggestions would help..
As in, something short that'll make me cry at least four times
Hi my mother has had pancreas pain for about 3 months now she has on and off pain in her stomach region and back. She can’t eat anything without her seems to be pancreas acting up. She’s eating basically oats, soup, and chicken. She has no insurance and don’t know how to fix this. She’s been taking foreign medicine which seems to not be helping at all. She says she’s always cold as well. Any help on what to do ?
I'm a 36 year old female with a DX of EPI Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency and Pancreatitis.
Here is the pasted version of my CT scan with contrast. What do they mean? Thanks in advance!
PANCREAS: Subtle Ill-defined hypoattenuation in the pancreatic head. Pancreatic body and tail are unremarkable. Pancreatic duct is nondilated. No peripancreatic inflammation is collection. VESSELS: Aorta is nonaneurysmal. Separate origins of common hepatic artery and splenic artery from aorta. Left gastric artery arises from splenic artery.
hi guys, so basically i didn't cry after watching i want to eat your pancreas but that movie make me feel lonely anddd whyyy i didn't cryy??? and what movie should i watch after this?