Difficult Decisions

@blilley7 (196)
United States
November 15, 2006 3:31am CST
What's the most difficult decision you've had to make ? What was the outcome ? Do you think you made the right decision or do you wish you could go back in time and fix a mistake ? Are there mistakes that still haunt you ?
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@melody1011 (1665)
• India
16 Nov 06
The biggest mistake was telling my bf something about my past when I should have kept my mouth shut. it caused a lot of problems between us but thankfully all are more or less resolved now. Its taken nearly 3 years to solve that one and i regret it totally.
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@blilley7 (196)
• United States
20 Nov 06
Ouch - 3 years is a long time to resolve a problem. I'm glad you two were finally able to move through it. Pardon me for asking, but is your bf so fragile in his love for you (or perhaps his confidence in himself?) that he would make your past his present for nearly 3 years? It's much better to have a boyfriend that is also a great friend that you are able to confide in about anything - and not be made to feel guilty about it, nor have that past become a wall between you....and I understand that good men like this seem difficult to find. I don't think it's because you opened your mouth, but because of his personality that you two have had nearly 3 years of turmoil. I hope he'll see that his hardness of heart closes the openness you had hoped for and you'll (most likely) never want to confide in him again.....and that he's lost a portion of you. I wish you great luck in your future. :)
@keddyw (223)
• China
16 Nov 06
Maybe the most difficult decision I 've had to make is if I should invest or not when I find a hyip and then it gone and i lost some $,lol But fortunately to date,I earn more than I lost by joining the online hyips.
@blilley7 (196)
• United States
16 Nov 06
No one else has responded - perhaps we are the only ones that have faced difficult decisions. I haven't stated one of mine yet, I know....I was hoping to be asked, and to begin a true discussion of substance.