Throughout each of our lives, we go through many trials. Life seems like a big smack in the face at times. Anyone can relate to this because no one has had a perfect life, a life without blemish. Hardships are a part of life, without them, we wouldn’t learn the difference between hot and cold or right and wrong. The decisions we make now will affect us for the rest of our lives.
I’ve had my share of hardships in the first 17 years of my life. I’ve faced some difficult times, nothing compared to the future I’m sure. At the moment I am torn in a decision that could affect my whole life. This decision could make me a wealthy, prosperous man one way and another it could increase my health and standard of living. It could also make me very unhealthy and even place me on the very lowest of the social scale.
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Do you wonder? What in the world could be so dramatic that it could affect someone’s life so drastically?? It’s simply a choice between? Scott Bathroom Tissue orSoftN Gentle Bathroom Tissue. Remember that the decision you make could bless your life, or damage it. You may think that this topic is unusual and rather out of bounds, but if you think about it, it really is a big controversy.
You shouldn’t think about how you feel about this, you should take into account your bottom’s feelings because basically that’s the usual area it’s used. We should take this decision into depth, shall we? Scott Bathroom Tissue is in the lower class of toilet paper. If bathroom tissue had a social scale similar to ours, then Scott tissue would be the hobo bums that live on the street still worth some.
Example #2 – Making Difficult Decisions
We face decisions every day, we decide what to wear in the morning, what to eat for breakfast, how to get to school, the list goes on and on. But sometimes we have to make decisions that mean a lot more, that have consequences no matter what you choose and that can effect the people around you. In this text, I am going to present two films where the characters have hard decisions to make.
Billy Elliot is a film about Billy, an 11-year-old boy who lives with his father, brother, and Nan (grandmother). The film takes place in “Everington” in the UK, from 1984 to 1985 which was in the middle of the UK miners strike. She decides to leave with Christian. If they leave, The Duke won’t find them and she will never have to lay eyes on that miserable place again.
At least that was the plan until she finds out she is dying of tuberculosis. Now she has to decide if she wants to spend the little time she has left with Christian, and betray all her friends. Or she can stay with The Duke, which will help everyone at The Moulin Rouge, and it will protect Christian. I know that it seems quite clear what she should do, she should stay with The Duke, she has such little time left and should not be selfish and spend it with Christian when it will affect everyone she cares about in a negative way.
She will break Christians’ hearts either way. He will be heartbroken if she dies, but it would still be worse if she lied to him and said that she had chosen The Duke. She decides to stay with The Duke, and when she tells Christian, you can see that it pains her to do it. He denies it and wants her to tell him why she changed her mind, he knows that what she is saying not true.
So she lies and says that she would rather live a wealthy lifestyle than be with him. Watching as she does it is really heartbreaking because you know that she is lying. And the worst part is what he will think of her when she is dead when the truth is that she was protecting everyone before she died.
Reasons and Results about my Difficult Decision There were several causes and effects that had happened in my life when I decided to run away from home and stay in my grandparent’s house. When I was eight, we often had family problems, and the most major part of it was financial problems.
I planned to go away grabbing my brother’s hands and went to my grandparent’s house to stay because at first, I’m irritated by their fights. Second, I felt pity for myself. Lastly, I want to teach them a lesson and realize that their actions are wrong. By the decision I made, I encounter some effects. The two effects were not good. They were: first, I couldn’t focus on my studies, and second, I became too emotional.
They work things out, they forgive and forget what happened before, and started a new life with the family. In summary, the most difficult decision I made was to run away from home with my younger brother towards our grandparent’s house and leave our parents.
I had the reasons why I decided such a difficult decision at the age of eight, and that was because I’m irritated by their fights, I felt pity for myself, and I want to teach them a lesson and realize that their actions were wrong. Moreover, there were certain results that had happened, and two of them were bad ones. The time when I couldn’t focus on my studies and the other one was when I became too emotional.
Meanwhile, it closes with a good result. It was the time they realized that they were acting immature, they were wrong, and they have to be a good parent to their children. The good part was it leads to renewing the relationship of our family and started a new beginning.
I chose to write about a difficult decision I had to make years ago. I had to choose between leaving my family in hope of employment or continue to let tax money support all of us. It was the best decision I have ever made. Starting truly from nothing to living a normal happy life, and none of this was possible without my wife. She is a true warrior. She stuck by me through this whole thing.
She always supported my decisions. It was a very confusing time in my life, but I had to do what was best for my family. In March of 2008, I was married to my wife, Lorene. I was 18 years old and ready to start a family. I was stupid. I made decent money working construction but never expected to be laid off. My first son was born in October of 2008. So I got the family that I wanted, I just didn’t have a job now.
We lived in Yucca Valley, California, where my Mother rented a home to us. She was a recovering alcoholic. She lived in Arizona with her husband at the time. Her name was Lari Lee Packer. I know, boys’ first name. Doctors told her that if she ever drank alcohol again, she would die. After I told her husband many times not to bring alcohol in the house, he continued. So in January of 2009, my mother spent a few weeks drinking with her husband and died. She was 44 years old.
Immediately after her death, people were calling and showing up at my Mother’s house in California. A lot of the people that showed up wanted me to sign papers to take over my Mother’s debt. My older brother had already advised me to refuse. The other party of people that came was there only to inform us that we had 24 hours to get out.
My life was falling apart. We didn’t have any family in the area, nor any transportation. I was terrified. We ended up staying at a motel for two weeks, then moved down to the city of San Bernardino, where we lived with Lorene’s sister. Another year went by and we were still on welfare, and poorer than ever. I had nothing but my family, and a hard choice to make.
I could stay and hope things would get better, or fly to my brother’s house in North Carolina and seek employment. It felt like such a long shot, but I had to do what was right. I couldn’t continue to feel useless. I made a family, just to be unable to provide for them. So I took the risk and flew to my brother’s house.
I walked two miles down the railroad tracks every day, to go apply for jobs. On the fourth day, I was hired at McDonald’s and a gas station. It sounds pathetic, but I no longer had standards since I was unemployed for so long. I would work endless hours, only to come home, collapse on my brother’s couch for four hours, get up, and do it again. I continued this schedule for three weeks before deciding to leave McDonald’s. By the time I received my last check from McDonald’s, I had saved enough money and flew my family to North Carolina.
In conclusion, it was a difficult decision to leave my family and venture into the unknown, but it was the best decision I have ever made. I think people need to remind themselves from time to time, “what is best for the family”? I now work as a hotel desk clerk, and I have a lot of free time. After discovering how much free time was available, I had to further pursue my education. So here I am, and that’s what’s best for my family.
Example #5 – interesting ideas
The SAT essay will be pretty simple IF you enjoy philosophy and social sciences. The questions they may ask you are usually controversial and require deep thinking. To write a successful essay, you will need an analytical yet open mind. Also, the essay requires you to give specific examples (either from history or from personal experience)-three examples is your ideal number.
A good essay has 5 paragraphs-introduction paragraph (about 3 sentences long, giving hints as to what you’re going to talk about in the essay), 3 body paragraphs (1 paragraph for each example), and a concluding paragraph (restating your thesis).
Put yourself in the point of view of an SAT essay grader. Surprisingly, these graders are actually just Average Joes-not professors or doctors, like you may think! They sit in the office, all day long, correcting/commenting on essays after essay. You will want to grab their attention! So, start your essay in a way that gets right up close and personal (e.g. start with a question or a crude statement or be sarcastic!). They love that. Also, end with a strong sentence.
Keep in mind the graders are only going to read your essay ONCE, and ONCE ONLY. There are 2 graders for each essay and they will give you a mark out of a possible 6 (so, maximum of 12 points in total, for your essay). They will only mark their OVERALL impression of your essay-but that’s it. So, make sure that your essay flows well and is easy to read!
You already know the answer, but it’s going to be very difficult and have consequences. If you tell him how you feel, you will lose him forever and you probably think his family will hate you (and maybe him, too). Even if this all happens, how will you feel about yourself if you marry him, knowing you aren’t really in love with him? How much will he be hurt if you marry him and then tell him years from now how you feel?
You have to tell him how you feel, and the sooner the better. You both deserve better than this. I know he’s very caring and nice, but if you aren’t in love with him now, you will likely never be. It’s not wrong to know what you want. It’s wrong to string him along, thinking you love him as much as he loves you. As I said, this will be very difficult, but worth it in the end.
This is a decision that none of us can make for you. It is something that you and your husband have to decide. Never let anyone make you feel guilty for wanting a career. There are many women who have both. It seems strange to me that men are never put in this position and made to feel guilt for their career choices.
From what you have told us, the extent of this move is only for 1 or 2 years. Yet it sounds to me like that time span could free up much more time for you in the future. Is this correct? If this is the case then it isn’t going to effect the entire childhood of the child yet may aid in more time together for the remainder of your future.
In either case, you and your husband should openly discuss your feelings, objections, and fears as well as all positive aspects in order to make a united decision in the matter.
Yes, a pros and cons list is the best bet for difficult decisions. It allows you to lay it all out on paper in a tangible form, and look at things slightly more impartially. A few things to consider:
- rest up for school, fight to burn out
- help family (this sounds like a large motivation right now)
- maybe work and earn some extra cash, or devote time to already preexisting work life ( I don’t know your employment situation). I took time off of school and took this time to grow and learn new skills in my job. However, this only works if you work in a certain professional or semi-professional area like an office, health care, or even as a cook. Bussing tables or stocking shelves at the local grocery store doesn’t count.
- if you are unmotivated in school, this could be a time to figure out what you are really passionate about. Try a new job, try out some hobbies, etc.
- be honest, with time off would you feel like going back? Is getting comfortable with just working when you should be in school likely?
- how important is graduating on time to you?
- would you use the time to recoup or just hang out and get yourself in debt (this can happen, often)
- would you use the time to try new things, or would a school environment be a better place to figure out what you want?
These are all very personal questions you need to address yourself, no one on this board can truly help you on this one. But I hope I gave you food for thought and a place to start assessing what truly matters over other things in your life.
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