Mrs. Weather would be pain free and pleasant. She will continue smokingso she would not be nasty and irritable around her family.2.Mrs. Weather’s family could help her by calling the help line for people who are trying to quit smoking. They could buy nicotine patches or gum. It would help if they would stop harassing her about quitting and just pitchin a hand and help. They also could throw away the cigarettes every time
they seen them. Even take her to group meeting that specialized in helping people quit smoking. They could ask the physician if there is any medication if there is any medication that would help Mrs. Weather stop smoking.Ethics Issues Two1.I think the best act for this situation is the Duty Oriented Act. I say that because this act is all about right and wrong. It focuses on the essential rightness or wrongness of an act not the consequences of the act. The right action is one based on a determined principle, regardless of outcome. So with that been said if the family want to have a baby for a bone marrow transplant for the other child they can if they feel that is right. I don’t think that should be the reason of having another child. But you would do anything to save your child I know I would so I could not blame the parents.