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what is the most difficult thing that you have had to do as a human being?
Telling my husband that his Dad had died was the hardest thing I ever had to do in my entire life !!
Watching my boyfriend die I guess. I spend the last few weeks staying in the hospice room with him and was with him the night he died.
Go to funerals for people who have killed themselves. I didn't have to think about that one at all.
Get over a failed marriage especially when that other person turns vindictive. It often results in tremendous psychological pain and suffering. Luckily I had the mental strength to handle it.
Most difficult thing was Leaving my ex...for good. was pure evil.
Avoiding the emotional stuff, the most intellectually difficult thing I ever did was figure out how floating point numbers were stored in Tandy Basic data files so I could convert them to Xenix MBASIC.
This was 1983. No internet, no Google. No help at the Library. I did it by brute force and some guided guessing. It was tough, but fun.
Put my cat to sleep after 18 years. I had bought her when I was only six years old. My heart broke.
When I was a frog the hardest thing was keeping my arse water tight. As a human bean the most difficult thing is remembering......huh, what?
Lay my own infant child into her grave.
After doing that, and living through it, to tomorrow's sunrise, there is no thing that you ( or others) can do to destroy me.
No thing........I have felt the worst.
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