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26th-Sep-2014 09:11 pm
Poll #1983507 Change

Which of the following transitional changes have you made in your life? (Select as many as apply)

going from a smoker to a non-smoker
going from a drinker (of alcoholic beverages) to a non-drinker
going from a user of illegal drugs to a non-user
ending a long term relationship either by divorce or permanent separation
changing your religion
going from a believer in a Deity to an agnostic or atheist
going from an agnostic or an atheist to a believer in a Deity
making a significant career change
moving your home to a new location over 1000 miles (1600 km) from your previous home
dropping out of high school
dropping out of university, college or other post-secondary education program
becoming a member of the clergy or other religious order
leaving the clergy or other religious order
suffering a major physical injury, disease or diability
moving to another country
moving to another continent
moving to another planet
changing your political affiliation
experiencing the loss of a close family member
experiencing the loss of a close friend
experiencing a financial windfall (e.g. winning a lottery, getting a large inheritance)
losing a large amount of weight (let's say 50 pounds or more)
some other significant life change
None of the above

Do you agree with the saying "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger"?

I strongly agree
I somewhat agree
I disagree somewhat
I strongly disagree

For the most part, have the major changes in your life been good ones or bad ones?

All or almost all good ones
Mostly good ones
Half and hald
Mostly bad ones
All or almost all bad ones

27th-Sep-2014 05:17 am (UTC)
Do you agree with the saying "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger"?

I think that it largely depends on the person.
27th-Sep-2014 05:40 am (UTC)
The person is you. The question is: do you agree with the saying "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger?"
27th-Sep-2014 08:21 am (UTC)
Sorry - I was speaking generally
27th-Sep-2014 03:05 pm (UTC)
No need to apologize (but I probably should, since my comment comes across quite rude. Sorry about that!)
27th-Sep-2014 09:55 am (UTC)
I moved from Germany to Canada and lost 100 pounds.
40 years apart, though. ;-)
27th-Sep-2014 03:08 pm (UTC)
Willkommen in Kanada eh!
28th-Sep-2014 02:52 am (UTC)
Dankeschön! :-)
27th-Sep-2014 10:09 am (UTC)
Moved from USA to Finland (my parents moved back) - not my decision though since I was just 4 years old XD
27th-Sep-2014 03:02 pm (UTC)
do you love Finland? when and why did your parents move back, if I may ask?
28th-Sep-2014 09:37 am (UTC)
I do. :) They came back here about 1979. All the closest family were here, it was safer and getting a job wasn't hard.
27th-Sep-2014 06:20 pm (UTC)
"Moving to another planet" just demanded to be clicked.
27th-Sep-2014 06:22 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I knew the temptation to click it would be too much for someone. I'm glad you surrendered to your inner ET!
27th-Sep-2014 10:14 pm (UTC)
By "experiencing the loss of a close friend," I was thinking not literally death, but losing a friend due to that person's drug use and the implosion of their mental state, causing their personality to change significantly and them to turn unstable and mean. In that instance, it sure felt like the friend died because the friend we knew was gone. I've lost a few other friends along the way too.

I don't think that what doesn't kill you always makes you stronger. However, what doesn't kill you can certainly give you PTSD, wear you down, or burn you out.
28th-Sep-2014 02:38 am (UTC)
What planet is this again, hee hee. That was a good one ;-)
28th-Sep-2014 09:19 pm (UTC)
I guess in general "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger", but sometimes being stronger sucks. The stronger you from being beaten down in life and able to better accept shitty circumstances that you once thought intolerable... that's a mixed blessing. A VERY mixed blessing.

Also, I'm reporting from the new planet I moved to. ;)
5th-Oct-2014 03:36 pm (UTC)
well I was never a drinking a lot of alcohol but when I became pregnant I stopped all drinks, beer wine etc. I am still breastfeeding nearly 2, 5 years later so i am still not drinking.

I think what doesnt kill you doesnt necesarily makes you stronger but it shapes who you are.s
26th-Oct-2014 02:22 am (UTC)
I was made in Australia and born in the USA. Does that count?
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