Biggest and most hardest decision that you have made?

@taski24 (214)
Philippines
May 7, 2009 9:01am CST
In our entire life, we are always faced with making decisions. In fact, in all aspects of our daily living, we make decisions. We decide whether to take a bath or not, what to wear, where to go, etc. Have you ever been put in that situation that you have to make a very hard decision? Care to share?
2 responses
@jillhill (37386)
• United States
8 May 09
The decision to get a divorce. I thought marriage was forever but my husband turned out to be someone I didn't really like after a couple of years....he drank and was abusive to the kids....he was abused by his mother growing up and he thought that was the way to do it.....well it was a tough decision as I wanted to give him every chance I could....but unless people want to change...they won't. The divorce was the only way to save everyone....
@taski24 (214)
• Philippines
8 May 09
I appreciate you sharing that, jillhill... For me, my hardest decision would be not to have children as of the moment. You may think that it is not that hard a decision, but considering the tradition and values we have here in the Philippines, not to mention those nosy people who are always asking why we are not having a child yet, you would understand that I got a situation here. Another factor that is considered here is the stand of the Catholic church on the concept of family, that our mission as human beings is to procreate. But what the heck, it is my decision after all. I want to give my children a better future, and no one can give that but me and my wife, and right now, we are not just ready. Period.
8 May 09
My hardest decisions to make was breaking up a 3years long relationship after we didn't enjoy being together but still loved each other it was a bit complicated and became toxic it has to resolve for good of both. Another decisions I ve been bearing with it was my work issues, I liked my job and my clients, altought my employer wasn't bad but wasn''t superb and sometimes I was put by into the situation when I had to chose between healty relationship between clients - people i liked and respected and bit awkward employer who was taking advantage of them. Hmm.. it was very ethical and personal for me as I didn't want to hurt anyone but at the end I was the one who took all rain from both. thankfully left that work and enjoying my life now without tensions like this.