What was the most challenging time of your life and how have you grown from it?

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Up to today, what time did you find the most challenging and how did you develop from it
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I have a habit of placing my trust in people I really shouldn't place my trust in. Hopefully I learn to not trust people easily, but I expect I'll make the same mistake again and again...
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The biggest challenge was when my son nearly died. I think it made me better appreciate just how blessed I am to have my family, and not to take anybody in my life for granted.
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the past 10 months have seen a lot of grim stuff happening. Will let ye know once it ends and i process it
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Grief has been my biggest challenge since losing my stepdad in Dec 2019 and then my 2 cats this year. All died suddenly and even though I knew death obviously existed before they died, I feel like in a way, I didn't, if that makes sense? I would like to believe I am a bit stronger emotionally now than I was but I still have my bad days, quite often but there's a little voice now that tells me to keep going and that I can deal with feelings, no matter how dark, scary and painful they feel
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(Original post by Rum Ham)
Grief has been my biggest challenge since losing my stepdad in Dec 2019 and then my 2 cats this year. All died suddenly and even though I knew death obviously existed before they died, I feel like in a way, I didn't, if that makes sense? I would like to believe I am a bit stronger emotionally now than I was but I still have my bad days, quite often but there's a little voice now that tells me to keep going and that I can deal with feelings, no matter how dark, scary and painful they feel
Good on you mate, keep going. There will be the **** days but don't let it ruin the good ones too. Hope things are good.
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Failure, having an optimistic mindset and always believing in yourself when everything in the present moment says otherwise
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i got a distinction in a pgdip i studied 80 days straight and took 15 days off in 8 months. i learned that if you put in the work and stay strong (like don't be a so called snowflake) you can achieve anything - that's factually possible of course
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