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I've lived through all three, shame is definitely the hardest to get past

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We can only be what God allows us to be therefore we need not feel shame. With God in our lives we are never poor. That only leaves hardship.

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I think shame is the easiest thing to lose in the universe. If you're filthy rich, you can do sick crimes and forget shame, totally because ur conscience is attending a slumber party all the time:-P money's magic. Makes people crazy. U Shouldn't lose that

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Poverty is hardship unless you're a college student in which case it can be fun. Otherwise, it's a hardship to not be able to give your children the life you know they deserve or not be able to watch them grow because you can't miss a day of work if you're a parent. It's a hardship to go to bed hungry.<br />
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Shame, on the other hand, is something that you have done yourself. It's a mistake that you can ask forgiveness for and forgive yourself for in time. It's a lesson that you learn and will never forget. I take shame.

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Hardship..... I can't live with anything else.

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Hardship...I know I wouldn't be alone.

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Hardship is severe suffering and privation (lack of human needs for survival).<br />
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Poverty is the state of being extremely poor.<br />
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Shame is a lot like guilt and is a painful feeling of humiliation caused by wrong or foolish behaviour done consciously.<br />
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Out of the three - I think Shame would be my choice; because it would be the easiest to work through. <br />
People do ridiculous, humiliating things all the time. However, recognizing the behaviour as wrong and being sorry for it can be your release to feeling normal again. Going through hardship and poverty causes emotional, mental and physical stresses -- far more severe than what shame would cause you!

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I think shame would be the hardest to live with- if I had really done something awful.<br />
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I'd choose hardship

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