Hardest decision I ever made which may seem quiet pathetic. Was when at the time being I was so depressed nothing never seemed alright my life felt like it was falling apart. I came home that day and while was on the bus I was thinking very deeply. And decided I was going to act as if I were tired and needed a nap to rest so my parents wouldn't stop me. I walked into my room and pulled out pills that I was going to take and overdose. I got into it with my brothers and mother and it just like added more onto me so instead I went into the kitchen when they weren't paying attention. And reached for a knife while crying I was shaking so badly with it on my wrist pressed down tightly ready to glide across. I thought hard and heavy and held my breath and slide it some then stopped myself thinking on how it would affect my family and how it would probably damn me to Hell. Plus I was young and stupid for thinking about suicide at such a young age, but I didn't notice that I did cut until my mother seen it and yelled at me and had to bandage it. I now have a scar to remember on my left wrist that life isn't perfect you just have to be strong to take what it throws at you....
Lets see, #1 bad decision was not going back because my friends died while saving me from people trying to kill me, and not saving my friend when he was hit by a metro I wasn't there though but still, bad decision.
The most important decision I ever made was accepting Jesus and I know I did the right thing. The hardest decision I've ever had to make was leaving my private Christian school for a public school. I don't know if I did the right thing yet because I'm not transferring until next fall.
I've had to make a hard decision before. I knew it was the right decision from the get go but just couldn't work up the nerve to do it. It was the best decision I've ever made. Had I not done what I had that day, I wouldn't be where I am now.