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  51 months ago

Moving Mountains - W.O.C.

Hello Influencers!

This weekend we're thinking of overcoming obstacles and becoming better and better! Much like the Olympians who're starting today their big endeavor into becoming the best for the net four years!

Share with us what was you biggest obstacle you've had to tackle in life and how you acted in overcoming it in this weekend's opinion contest!

Participating is super easy, additionally it gives you a guaranteed 500 points, plus, the top 3 comments, in our Moderators’ view, will get an extra 5000 points each.

Participate now and post your opinion in the comments section below!

*Promotion Rules: Open to US and Canada only. Limit one opinion created per person. Members must post an opinion on the designated Toluna Topic for their country, and can win 500 points. Opinions must be posted by 01:00AM EST on Tuesday, February 13th to be counted. Bonus points will be awarded to winners by 5PM EST, on Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, and will be uploaded to users’ accounts via external crediting. Opinions must not contain any language or image that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above. Violation of these rules, and/or the Toluna Member Code of Conduct may result in the closure of your Toluna account.


  51 months ago
My biggest obstacle is finding the strength and support needed to go back to school and educating and reorienting myself to the working environment after many years of physical disability due to injuries received while working for many years in the health industry. While caring for a husband that has dementia. I have my prayer's and I have always been a person that looks obsticals head on and ran right over them . I have always tried to remain positive no matter the situation . So I sit here righting this with my head held high while psyching myself out with a little ( you can do this) tune in my head. Lol


  51 months ago
My biggest obstacle in life was/is accepeting that my only child has autism its been a long road of therapy appointments hospital visits me crying my eyes out each an everyday but i swear looking at him smiling and making each goal we set couldnt make me happier he has taught me patience cause its a definite must to deal with this i love my baby so much and couldnt be happier weve come a long way but we never quit


  51 months ago
Biggest obstacle is fighting the good fight everyday . I battle lupus , rheumatoid arthritis and sjogrens
Syndrome and 6 other autoimmune disorders plus I have died twice and survived a car wreck my
Biggest motivator is fighting to live for my twins they are my life and I believe everyday above the ground is a good day I live my
Life to the fullest and never stop fighting
The good fight
I am a warrior


  51 months ago
I've dealing with losing my family members this year and it hard for me to deal with it but I keep moving on and not letting me to new obstacles that may come my way


  51 months ago
My biggest obstacle this past year is dealing with breast cancer. After two surgeries, now radiation then it will be chemotherapy. Been through it before with throat cancer. No I've never smoked. Don't know how it happens.. it just seems to find me. So my obstacle is trying to survive and get through it all.


  51 months ago
If you have faith of a mustard seed.


  51 months ago
In July, 1989, at about 11:00pm I received the one phone call every parent worry's beautiful 19 yr old daughter was in the Hospital and on life support. She was an innocent victim and had been shot. I was living 4 hours away and had to drive with her 4 yr old brother and $5.00 for was all I had. I arrived at the hospital just in time to make her an organ donor and to say goodbye......Nothing prepares you for this, absolutely nothing....if I hadn't had my son, I probably wouldn't be here now. I raised my daughter as a single parent, then later married for a short time and had a son. He was now my reason for living...I've been told I am a very strong woman but I really don't know if I am....losing my only daughter was truly heartbreaking but my son needed me and I knew I had to go on for he is 33 yrs old, has special needs and I am of course alot older and still grieving for the loss of my daughter. The man responsible was on parole at the time and was caught 2 weeks later. We were lucky. He is in prison serving 23 to life and will no doubt die there a very old man. Until then, I do what I can to keep him there by attending parole hearings....not easy facing the man who took my daughter, but it is what I need to do to go on.....


  51 months ago
I guess one of my biggest obstacles was finding out 5 weeks before she died, that my wife had terminal cancer. Shortly before she died, she told me that she knew that if she didn't make it, she knew that God had someone out there for me and I should find her. Although I'd hoped she would survive, she didn't. So, a few months after she died, I was encouraged by a good friend to join a grief support group where I met and shortly thereafter met and married the woman who has become my best friend. We celebrated our 16th anniversary last month. Truly, God is good, all the time.


  51 months ago
Depression and anxiety! As a teenager I was miserable and depression and anxiety had taken over my life and ruined many relationships along the way. I was making horrible choices, doing drugs and drinking constantly. I tried many medications and they all made me feel crazy. I got pregnant at 17 and that's when I realized I needed to take control. I stopped my medications, quit drinking and drugs and found my happiness in writing and enjoying nature. I'm 36 now and when I feel myself slipping I remind myself if how far I've come and actively seek out happiness in reading, my children, writing, music and nature. I won't let it beat me again!


  51 months ago
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