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What was your most defining moment in your life? Good or bad and how did it change your life?
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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • Oh my! So many to choose from but I guess when my parents decided to split up. I was home when my dad started packing up to leave. I had a hard time with trust after that.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • I’m not sure I’ve had my “Most” defining moment yet. Life has been busy and I can’t pin point any one thing that defines me, everything feels linked together like stepping stones of a path that I haven’t reached the end of yet.  

      Cathie




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      Tuliplady wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • I’d say becoming a mother was a pretty defining moment.




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      Mztracy wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • @ Vikki...
      So many to choose from but I guess when my parents decided to split up. I was home when my dad started packing up to leave. I had a hard time with trust after that.
      It was the same for me...




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      Brimstone1968 wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • One of my defining moments was when I miscarried in 2005, having had immediate surgery and then a blood transfusion of 6 units of blood.  I have learned and understand that each day is a wonderful, precious gift.  I was more on the other side than here and I am grateful for a second chance to love, share and just live.




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      UK Girl wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • Hard to say and I get asked this often as my life has been pretty amazing and I have jumped at every opportunity available




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      Alison Kelly wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • Every time we said goodbye to a child that we had fostered has been a defining moment.  None more then this time when the little girl we had looked after for two years left us and left a great big hole in all our lives.  Whilst we know that she is very much loved as she was here and going to have a great life, and we did get asked if we wanted to keep her, this little darling was not a possession, she was a beautiful little girl that needed a mummy and daddy of her own, it is still a very defining and poignant event in our lives that we will all remember.  It would have so easy to have kept her, but it would’t have been right for any of us.  We knew that she had to move on, and being professional in that situation is very hard, but we had to maintain our professionalism until she had gone.  A very defining moment indeed.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • I have many but the most defining was when I lost my mother, even though we didn’t grow closer till she got ill it was a learning experience for me because I didn’t know her, and just as I was getting to know her she passed away from Cancer, this experience has opened my eyes to my relationship with my daughters and trying hard at spending lots of time with them allowing them to know me and grow from my life experiences, and being there for them.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Dec 9, 2010
    • Thank you ladies for sharing with me. Ive been thinking alot on defining moments in my life the good the bad....and I just dont want my most defining moment to be my illness I dont want that for my children. Both my parents were ill my mom with ms and my dad with cancer and I was blessed that they loved each other and were together.
      So, I think a great defining moment for me was when I knew I could trust and love again after my first husband. My second husband has taught me joy in alot of things including myself.
      And Im a better person and mother because of that.
      Thats my defining moment.




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