Say you live with roommates in Atlanta. And you need to move, because a roommate left and you can't afford things, among a few other reasons. So you're packing, but you don't know where to go.
Do you move in with your (newish) boyfriend, up in Woodstock about 45 minutes away (where he owns a house that he, 2 of his sisters, and his mother live), despite the fact that you just (4 months ago) broke an engagement and your family thinks it's a bad idea, and you don't know a soul (save said bf) in Woodstock?
Do you stay between Atlanta and Woodstock and get an apartment that you can't really afford and beg your family to help, despite the fact that they may not and you could end up way over your head if you don't find a new job that can pay for things like that?
Or do you say screw everyone to hell, pack your things, take the grand you have in savings and go start over in Chicago?
Because if I choose option A, my family and one of my best friends will all be very upset with me.
Option B, and I'll be poor forever, potentially screw myself over, and said boyfriend will be sad and lonely.
Option C, and everyone will be super hurt and pissed, but I could at least get away from all of this.
I don't know what I want, and I can't make everyone happy.
Also, what is the most difficult decision you've ever had to make in your life?