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Saving up for college and then graduating completely from it. Also, I'm pretty sure giving birth is pretty hard...
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Not procrastinating.
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I've heard in this day and age that staying in a marriage seems to be pretty hard.
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I'd have to agree with "not procrastinating". It's just a struggle
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Indra2007 wrote:

I've heard in this day and age that staying in a marriage seems to be pretty hard.


Hahah

I don't necessarily think that's a bad or good thing but it still made me chuckle.
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Living with the knowledge that you haven't and will probably never find anyone of the opposite gender to love you.
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PhantomGundam wrote:

What about going to the toilet?


follow the pattern



forkberry wrote:

Same here. It's amazing how you've managed to turn my positive energy source all into negative energy.


wasn't my intentions
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I use to think it was doing an ollie on a skateboard. Now, I think it's trying to be perfect.
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Indra2007 wrote:

I've heard in this day and age that staying in a marriage seems to be pretty hard.


That's because couples make it hard themselves. They choose their partner based on sex appeal and money. They either don't care about staying in a marriage or they're too stupid to realize that they don't love each other enough for commitment.
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Dealing with the close-minded and the ignorant. When I say ignorant, I mean the ones that lack common sense, not the ones who lack knowledge in a specific area. You can ignore these people on the internet, but not the ones in real life. Personally, it's not difficult for me to stay calm in a situation where someone would cause an issue, but it really is a mind-fuck to just talk in circles with these kind of people. I think it's important to say what you need to say, and if you can't come to a neutral agreement, to just walk away. Except if you have a job. If you have a job, you have no choice but to deal with it.

Also, moving on. Other than my health, I can't say I've been in a situation where something has held me back from functioning a normal life. However, there are people who's lives have fallen apart because of death of a loved one, divorce, etc.

Finally, making a living off of a job or career that you wish to partake in. People make all these goals, but some have no choice but to settle with a desk job.

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Becoming a professional
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Using your time wisely.
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Listening to one of my Grandson's explanation of Minecraft Mods.
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potentsativa wrote:

Using your time wisely.


I can agree with this, it's pretty hard using time wisely especially when many things are occurring at the same time.
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Break ups, family/friend deaths, buying/selling a home and losing a job. Science says those are the most stressful times in one's life.
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Remaining a virgin until you get married.
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