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What's the Hardest Thing You Have Ever Done?

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The absolutely hardest thing I have ever done is to try to quit smoking. I quit on Sunday and have had a couple of slip ups, but am still working on it. Sometimes I feel like I am losing my mind...today is one of the sometimes

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  1. Tarrien's Avatar
    Finding a job for the first time. When I first started looking I had to fill out 50 applications for one place to call me back. That was not a fun time. Now a days I usually get the job, but part of that is because I moved away.
  2. Kentucky Woman's Avatar
    Bury my son at age 32...I found him in his recliner on his birthday
  3. jaime's Avatar
    Kentucky Woman I am so sorry. That is definately the hardest thing to do. I buried my first born , stillborn, and I still hurt. God bless you!
  4. jaime's Avatar
    Tarrien I am glad you did find a job. Thanks for sharing.
  5. faxonfive's Avatar
    Kentucky Woman my heart goes out to you!! My sister found her 34 year old son "Coleman" on the floor last May (we grew up together) and we had to bury him, he left 5 beautiful children! My sister is still a mess...I will say a prayer for you!!!
  6. brchbell's Avatar
    I have faced so many things in my life that I pray none of my children ever will but far and away the hardest moment is holding your child as they die. The daughter I always dreamed of was born premature and died in my hands moments after birth. The Lord blessed me with twin daughters a couple years later but the pain 17 years later is still there. I can't imagine losing an older child that you've spent so much time with.