Hardest decisions that you have taken

@allknowing (63074)
India
September 9, 2015 1:45am CST
I think the hardest decision is to pull out life supports of our loved ones although that seems the best for all. For me it was when I submitted my resignation where I had hopes of going up the ladder. I had reasons to do that but luckily that decision turned out to be a good one. What was your hardest decision?
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@simone10 (21664)
• Louisville, Kentucky
9 Sep 15
So far, I think the hardest decision for me has been to finally give the ok to have my sweet dog Cricket put to sleep. She was 15 and when I learned that she was already dying and that she was in pain, I had to do what was best for her.
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
I understand you. We have gone through it with a couple of our pets.
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@simone10 (21664)
• Louisville, Kentucky
10 Sep 15
@allknowing It does break your heart
@valmnz (12772)
• New Zealand
9 Sep 15
I'm not sure about this one. I've made lots of mistakes because I've made decisions too quickly. There have been many difficult decisions.
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
That must have been quite a load on you
@amnabas (9909)
• Karachi, Pakistan
9 Sep 15
My hardest decision was quitting my studies due to marriage.
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
I am sure you would have pursued your studies if that was possible. Right?
@jaboUK (53532)
• United Kingdom
9 Sep 15
@allknowing Sometimes the hardest decisions can turn out to be the wisest ones. Regarding the life support thing - that must be so hard to do.
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@SIMPLYD (78616)
• Philippines
9 Sep 15
You mean you filed your resignation hoping that you be offered a higher salary so that you will not resign anymore ?
@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
9 Sep 15
I think it means quit the job for reasons other than money but I'll let allknowing confirm.
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
I had no interest in working but at the same time it was the prime of my life. I did not quite like the atmosphere in the office. In fact if I had stuck on I would have earned more and had prospects of being promoted.
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@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
@Bluedoll You are right.
• Bacolod, Philippines
9 Sep 15
Hardest thing i have ever done is letting my mom and dad cry because I got pregnant during my college days.I felt like the word "sorry" isnt just enough.But we're all good now.My son is already 9 years old. :)
@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
9 Sep 15
I bet they cried because they wanted what was best for you and cared about your happiness. As it turned out they see you are happy and they also get a grandson which I bet they do treasure? Sorry is not enough but love is eh.
@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
That must have been pretty tough for you. Glad that all is well now
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@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
9 Sep 15
Hardest is not always the most important correct? Is this true? I made one that cost me money but it was not difficult to make. at another time... I had to tell a friend that I would not be around anymore. I had to say goodbye.
@allknowing (63074)
• India
9 Sep 15
Hardest would be those that touch your heart or when you are not sure about something but you take a decision nevertheless
@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
9 Sep 15
@allknowing It is difficult to give someone up even though you know you must.
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