What is your Mount Everest?
December 3, 2008 10:19am CST
My Mount Everest is how to learn to remain calm at home. I am a calm person by nature and at work I try to be patient. However I do lose my patience easily at home! I do find it difficult to count to ten and remain calm. What is your Mount Everest? © ronaldinu 2008
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3 Dec 08
Hi ronald my Mount Everest at the moment is understanding my 26yr old son...one minute he is fine about things at home the next he is saying quite hurtful things to me, even though I have already said he can leave if he hates living at home...it really does hurrt sometimes but if I cry he just tells me I'm pathetic, so at the moment that is my Mount Everest...littleowl
4 Dec 08
thanks for your kind words..you are right and I have told him the door was there if he hates liveing with me that much but he doesn't take much notice..you are right I have to harden my heart as I am too soft, also I actually do like my own space. Thank-you once again for what you have said...littleowl
10 Dec 08
hmmm my mount everest will be HPW TO SAVE MONEY.. i find this very very hard to do... among all the employees in our family i am the highest earner, earning twice as much as the one closes to my earnings..but still i cant fid valuable amount in the bank.. soooo hard
4 Dec 08
MY mount everest is when ple dun respect me at all, make fun of my disability in things, as well as taking advantage of my situation.. That's the time i will not keep calm anymore because i dun want myself to be like this in the 1st place.. ANd so if they were to make fun of me, i will make sure that they are gonna be it from it.. ANd that they will be in serious trouble.. lol
4 Dec 08
My Mount Everest would be overcoming laziness. I know there are many things I should be doing, but I keep putting them off. Every day I start with high hopes for NOT spending all day in front of the computer and moping around ... but each day ends up the same. I wish I could find some ambition and enthusiasm - but it seems I can't.
• United States
3 Dec 08
My Mount Everest is probably road rage, I can't stand people that don't know how to drive safely. They pull out in front of you, don't use signals, drive erratically. I don't have road rage real bad, like to where I would do something to harm another person, I just don't like people who can't drive right, they put other people in danger when they don't use signals, and pull out in front of others without even looking, thats what makes me mad.