54 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 81

  1. Accepting Christ into my heart. My faith has gotten me through some very tough times during my teen years and into adulthood. I’m also very fortunate to have a very caring church family for counsel and support.

      1. No matter how angry or hurt I might be, I make sure to pause before I talk or sometimes, I just smile. Now no one would believe I ever got angry because I’m so cool that they bring matters to me for settlement

  2. The decision to change to an even tempered person. I was so hot tempered in 2013 that I destroyed a friend’s room for a minor offence. No one could believe the act of the that I was so ashamed and thought that anger could destroy the life I was trying to build

      1. Yes, and sometimes that power is deeply hidden in ourselves so we need to do lots of digging first.

  3. I made the decision to leave my abusive ex-husband. Saved my own life, but my girls suffered for it. I’ll never be able to erase that for them, but it was what had to be done for me and for them.

    1. It must have been very hard for you to do it, but I’m glad you managed to take the step. Sometimes we need a wider perspective and lots of strength to do whatever it takes for a better life, even though it hurts like hell in the short run.

  4. Deciding not to become a teacher after all. I had tried to squeeze myself into that role, but I just didn’t fit, and I was setting myself up for failure and heartbreak trying to fulfill a commitment I wasn’t designed for. If I hadn’t gotten out when I did, I wouldn’t be here, so I’m very glad I made the call. 😊

    1. Yes, I totally agree! When we stop searching for external approvals and we start searching for internal ones, our lives might change drastically.

      1. Yes, this has led me to be vulnerable with people, very open. I am finding that such honest conversations leads to a peaceful relationship. Just putting myself out there has really released me from so much stress worrying about rejection.

  5. Hey! I understand this is somewhat off-topic however I needed to ask. Does building a well-established blog such as yours require a large amount of work? I’m completely new to operating a blog however I do write in my diary on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog so I can easily share my personal experience and thoughts online. Please let me know if you have any kind of recommendations or tips for new aspiring bloggers. Appreciate it!

    1. Hello there! Creating and managing the blog itself is easy. The work is in creating the content and getting in touch with the community. As recommendations, write what you love as often as you can and go visit and comment on other blogs.

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