Are You A Quttier?

Philippines
April 26, 2012 9:11pm CST
In many things we often hear people say, 'don't quit, you can do it.' or 'finish what you've started' but have been in a situation when every one around you is pushing you to go on, continue, finish something you've started, but deep within you, you wanna quit? And you wish you just didn't start it at all? What if you want to quit, but the people around you is expecting you to finish it? You're family, your friends, and your peers? How would you explain it to them? Would you quit? Or would you continue for the sake of meeting expectations? How are you going to go about with it? I think, it's sometimes good to quit. At times, you have to learn to say 'no' to some good things to go for the best. It's not about doing and finishing what you've started, but to keep doing, what you are most passionate to do! If you have the passion, you know, you wouldn't wanna quit... so are a quitter? How many times have you quit on something? Or maybe someone?(haha)
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@Cutie18f (9563)
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
Not really. I usually finish what I start. However, there are instances when I just give up. But mostly, I am always persistent and aggressive when it comes to reaching my goals.
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• Philippines
27 Apr 12
you are so determined then Cutie18f... Good for you! Keep it up!
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
whenever times get rough, i always think of giving up but i cannot because i also consider those things that matter and the reasons why i have been holding on to a particular idea. being in those times is hard and quitting may be an option however you just got to be strong in all ways.
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• Philippines
27 Apr 12
Strength is also drawn from your motivations (reasons) when you have the proper reasons, then it should push you to go on and don't quit. But there are situations in life that you have indulge in something that you have lost the reason to go on. Or there are instances that circumstances would compel you to quit.
@jinky2012 (438)
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
quitter never wins.It is really hard to take habit.always quitting. sometimes i able to do that already.It is just really hard for that habit.Quitting to someone is very hard also to do.Haha..it makes me laugh again.
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• Philippines
27 Apr 12
Quitting for no reason is really not good. But to quit for the greater cause is helpless and noble...
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
For me, quitting is relieving yourself of any responsibilities that have been put to you by other people, or by yourself. I've been training boxing for awhile now and the sport is really a difficult one, especially once you're in the middle of the training. All of your muscle groups, including your lungs and your heart will wanna quit. It's up to you if you're gonna let them. The first time, I failed to finish the whole training and I ended up being disappointed with myself. Eventually, I learned how to be persistent 'til I finished the whole session, and now I'm sparring with an amateur boxer for 3 rounds (2 minutes per round). I'm proud of my accomplishments now, even though I don't pursue to be a boxer one day. What I'm trying to get across here is quitting is really up to you in the end. It's about how you manage your states of mind.
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• Philippines
27 Apr 12
I can see you're not a quitter. You have such a determination in what you indulge yourself into. As for me, there are things that I didn't finish, and there are things I quit on not because I don't want it but because I think it's the best.
@toniganzon (49925)
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
I can't say i'm a quitter. I have hopes to pursue what i haven't finished in due time. But i know when it's time to give up when it's the right thing to do, and i don't consider that a quitter. A person who knows how to give up when it's the right thing to do is called a brave person for facing up to it. It's not difficult to give up especially on someone that you love. But if it's what's good for the best of everybody then it takes courage to quit.
• Philippines
27 Apr 12
Hoping to finish is not quitting and even if you stopped, paused for a while, but you still have to continue. You know you'd pursue, and continue to finish what you've started. Then that's really not quitting. I like how you call such a person, "BRAVE", indeed it takes a lot of courage to do so. Specially when you're quitting something that you actually wanted/loved to do.