After the month-and-a-half, I had enough saved for a shitty apartment off of bridge and pratt and I was back on the grid.
I never told anyone I was going. By April, the diagnosis was changed to a benign tumor. My student health insurance would not approve treatments until the student health center referred me to another specialist and did the tests again.
I gutted it completely. I put the gun up to my temple and pulled the trigger…. Well the hard part is when I had to tell my mom so i could get the help I needed.
I will work despite the therapy, medications, and side effects. On the way down, I get a call from my father, who lives even further away from her, telling me my younger brother, who still lived with my mother had shot himself in the head.
I had to physically restrain my hysterical mother in the hospital when he finally died in front of all his friends and his girlfriend, about 40 minutes after I got there. The hardest part was seeing the tears in her eyes.
By this point I had collapsed into a heaving ball of tears and dread. I was still 3 hours away. I walked in all 3 ceremonies general and 2 majors.
The rest of my family was down in Miami, so I was on the street. Bow down to this person My dad died in an avalanche when I was I got a membership at a nearby gym so I could shower and once a week I took the hefty bag and washed my clothes at a nearby laundry, all the while continuing to work at Taco Bell and saving money.
She had a thing for me, so she agreed. One month later, most of my hair is gone and I have a U shaped incision larger than my hand. I will get a job within 2 months. Decided that being very good at DIY, I would rip it apart and redo everything as the place looked terrible.
After a few months of this, she kicked me out and threw all my clothes into the street in the back alley while I was out.
This is really cool I bought a house 3 years ago. I submitted applications to internship programs and am waiting to hear back. To avoid confusion, my mother is the best mother in the world and not mentally retarded, quite intelligent actually. I figured it would take about 6 months.
A tumor will not ruin my life. Surgery could wait until after graduations. What I meant was that she was stricken with grief to the point where dealing with life was difficult. I ejected that one out and chambered a new round and pulled the trigger again. So your wondering, what was so hard about that?
The only thing that saved me was my ignorance of where the safety was on the damn thing. I then had to call my father and tell him that his son was dead. I put all my stuff in a hefty bag and asked the manager if I could keep it in the back of the store.
When i heard only a click, I pulled the slide back to see if a bullet was cambered, there was. Since then I have raised my 3 younger sisters and my mentally handicapped mother. I was released in 2 days.
Thinking if I should put a bullet in my head. A week and a half later, I was referred to a neuro-oncologist with the recommendation to begin chemotherapy ASAP and to consult a neurosurgeon. Life changed by ignorance When I was 14 I took my dads gun and sat it in my lap and stared at it for what seemed forever.
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The hardest thing I’ve ever done is waking up, dealing with the kids, the wife, the ball busting cunt of a boss, the bills, the fucking mortgage that never ends, rising prices of everything yet the money coming in is flat all the while not picking up a gun and going on a murderous rampage.
Thanks for A2A. Well, the most difficult thing I learned was to. ACCEPT FAILURE. To be honest, For a long time in my life, I never faced failure of any sort.
I have learned that raising children is the single most difficult thing in the world to do. It takes hard work, love, luck, and a lot of energy, and it is the most rewarding experience that you can ever have.
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4 Things I learned from the most difficult course I’ve ever done in my life. Mohamed. 3 years ago. Here’re four things I learned along the way: Slow and steady: Attempting to cram this subject would’ve been the epitome of futile.
Many of the topics were so advanced as to seem completely overwhelming at first. Chipping.Download