"The turning point in your life,,, ^_^ ""The turning point in your life,,,"  What is the thing that effect in your life,,,OR,,,Have you seen anything impact  your life,,, And make you think...

"The turning point in your life,,, ^_^ "

"The turning point in your life,,,"


 What is the thing that effect in your life,,,OR,,,Have you seen anything impact  your life,,, And make you think differently???


 How has your life changed ... Is it good or bad??

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megan-bright | (Level 1) Associate Educator

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One turning point leads to another turning point and so on. The biggest turning points in my life would be getting married and having a baby. Everything I do will affect my husband and child, and vice verse.

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e-martin | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

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I'm adopted and meeting my birth-mother was a turning point for me. It was the end of a profound mystery and a great moment of closure, as well as the beginning of a new phase, a new relationship, and a new mind-set for me and my life.

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mlsiasebs | College Teacher | (Level 1) Associate Educator

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The turning point in my life would have been the unexpected death of my mother when I was a teenager.  This was a horrible experience in my life but it also made me a stronger person because I became unafraid to try new things in my life. 

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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I would say a turning point in my life was when I finally found a permanent job. I began working early, at around 20, and flitted around from place to place until I finally settled on where I am now. The job came first and then I settled into a city, after moving miles away each time I changed jobs. So having a stable job I actually like, that is not threatened by the economy, was a turning point because before I was always looking to the future, and what was next, without really focusing on the present.
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pohnpei397 | College Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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The older you get, the more turning points you see in your life.  The biggest turning point in mine was when I chose where to go to college.  This was the biggest turning point in my life because that is where I met my wife.  The fact that I met her has been immensely important to my personal life but has also had a major impact on what jobs I have taken, where we now live, etc.

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loraaa | Student | (Level 2) Valedictorian

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 reply to #5:

You must know, no one forces you to participate in this discussion...!!
I wanted to know how to change people's lives ... and what are the reasons..ect...??
Do you understand ...!!!

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wanderista | Student, Grade 11 | (Level 2) Valedictorian

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It's funny how you make this, as we just had an English assessment where we had to discuss the turning points of a film's protagonists life where he/she searches for their identity.

Personally, I haven't had any major turning points in my life, or nothing that I consider major yet, such as a death or win from the lottery. Of course there have been many minor turning points, and I'll list a few.

When I went into High School, I realised that I had an unusual talent for English. My ability to compose and comprehend texts were to exemplary standards, and even my ability to public speak was outstanding. In Primary School, I never realised this, as my teacher was apathetic and almost callous. When I realised this talent for English, it changed my life in a positive way.

Another minor turning point was when I switched from a Steiner school to the private education system. Steiner education is very different from the private system, and my educational needs and demands were changed significantly.

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