Toughest Decision

Philippines
March 28, 2007 12:12am CST
What's the toughest decision that you ever had to make in your whole life?Any answer will be appreciated because the level of toughness depends upon one's point of view. Toughness of certain decision may vary from every other person's point of view.
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• Philippines
29 Mar 07
I think the toughest decision i mad was when i had a boyfriend before but my parents didn't want our relationship because i was too young. I really loved the guy but i also love my parents. It's hard for me to leave the guy but i cant bear lying to my parents. It was a tough decision. But i end up leaving my boyfriend. I thought that if we were really meant to be, he'll wait for me.
• Philippines
29 Mar 07
You're a good daughter and I think you're really strong and smart for making that decision. How old are you anyways when that happened, if you don't mind me asking. I think you may be too young by age but matured enough to make that kind of decision. I think you made your parents really proud. And it's a good point of view too. That if you're really meant to be, he can wait and it can still end with a "happily ever after". Sometimes, love shouldn't be difficult at all. You two may continue as being best friends while waiting for the right time to come anyways if there's no other reason that holds you back aside from your being young.
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• United States
29 Mar 07
The toughest decision I had to make was whether or not to quit the job I had a while back. On one hand, I needed the money, but on the other hand, one of my co-workers who I had known since I was a child, was causing trouble for me on purpose. I felt like I was letting people down to quit, but I was getting threatening letters in the mail, as well as e-mails.
• Philippines
29 Mar 07
Threats? That's scary. That's a really tough decision to make. Especially when you need the job to survive. Money really matters if you want to live a good life, sad to say. And having your safety and security will really push you to make that decision. If those things are at risk, sometimes it'll feel like you're left with no choice at all. Do you know any reason why your co-worker did that? And if ever he/she has some anger against you, I think it did get out of hand to think that it reached the point where threats were made.