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What is one of the most life changing moments that you have had?

Mine was when I became a mother to a son who was born with medical issues.  He taught me so much in that first year.  I am so happy for life’s lesson’s.

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      Max0125 wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • My divorce. My ex husband was one of my greatest teachers in life.




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      Mztracy wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • Being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis one year after my twin daughters were born.  

      My son was 3.5 at the time. I learned so much about myself. I really had always thought of myself as a strong person, but never really believed it. [if that makes sense]

      If it was not for my children I am not sure I would still be here. They keep me going and showed mommy that she was, indeed strong.




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      Hbrose wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • When my husband had a major nervous breakdown and was then diagnosed with severe clinical depression, I didn’t understand or believe a person could have such a condition. I thought everyone could be in control at all times, everything they did and how they felt. I’ve learned since then depression truly is an illness and people that suffer from it need professional help.  Through all of this, he has taught me how to be a better person, a more forgiving person; to love and care for him, as he would me. I love him so much more and truly unconditionally.




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • Wow, that’s hard for me to narrow down.  There have been a lot of life changing moments in my life.

      Becoming a mother was a major one.  Giving birth to a severely handicapped child was another, death of said child, divorce, marrying the man of my dreams, all of those were pretty seriously life changing.




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      Wookiemom09 wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • How many can I list?  

      Seriously -
      my dad died when I was 15
      My mother never held a job but we struggled through 3 years
      my first husband admitted he cheated on me and 9 months later I took him back only to find out 3 years later - same song, new list of women.
      My second son was stillborn full term
      5 months after my marriage ended my mother died suddenly from a brain anerysm
      I turned my back on God only to wander for 1 1/2 years then found Him patiently waiting for me to walk His path.
      I found my true love working together 3 years and we have been married almost 3 years.




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      Anonymous wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • I have a few
      Growing up with a mentally ill parent
      Giving birth to a premature baby 26 wks, and the medical issues that followed, and still today...
      Married to an abusive alcoholic
      Losing both my sisters, at different times in my life
      Losing my brother to mental illness
      Getting an order of protection and divorcing my husband
      Raising children on my own ..sole custodian
      Going back to school at 43
      Losing a close friend (30+ years) because she couldn’t deal with my ‘divorced status’ (she was in the ‘married friends club‘)
      Having a child with bipolar disorder, adhd, who is at times abusive b/c she saw her father do it to me

      sorry, and thanks for reading my vent.




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      Karyn Olson wrote Mar 17, 2010
    • I guess there were two life changing moments for me...first one was leaving my alcoholic abusive husband...and the second was finding out I had Hep C...I have since fought off the Hep C and the doc says my body is rid of it...But these two moments made me stop and think...think about where I was going...Do I want to keep on that path of self-destruction or do I want to try to make a clean break...and that is what I did...made a clean break...I might have my struggles...but the way I see it as long as I am alive and well I am happy and grateful for it.




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