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What is stability in life?

What is the meaning of stability of life?

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H’s Answer

Stability can mean different things to different people. For me stability is having a job that allows me to have financial security. Stability is having a stable home. Stability is also having money saved up for the event of an emergency.
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Ellie’s Answer

When you live comfortably with a little spending money, and time to be with friends and family. You should just be comfortable with where you are and not worrying about paying the next bill.
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Sikawayi’s Answer

Hello Alayna, thank you for your question. Stability is when you are secure in your life, although there are somethings that will change for the most part your day-to-day life will remain the same. For example, when I was growing up, I went to school every morning came home did homework had dinner when my parents came home did the dishes watched tv. took a bath and went to bed. Stability is a great thing to have at any age, if you can count on three things every day that are a con stead in your life, you're on the right track. Best of luck
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Kate’s Answer

To me, stability in life is based on how satisfied, comfortable and content you feel in all that you do and each individual defines what their stability looks and feels like. It's not something that is prescribed or typically shared as everyone is their own unique and amazing person, with different wants and needs.

I will say that in order for most to achieve stability, honesty, integrity and kindness should be at the forefront, whether it's in your planning, decision making, relationships, etc. If you aren't honest about what your needs and desires are, you are less likely to achieve the stability you need in life.

I also feel like stability changes with the changing times and phases in your life...What you need now to feel stable, isn't necessarily what you will need 5 years from now. Be adaptable and aware of those needs and you will be able to achieve different stability over time.

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Becca’s Answer

Having a stable life means planning for the future and having back up plans if things go wrong. It means having an end goal in mind and making sacrifices and working hard on a daily or consistent basis as a means to achieve the end goal. For example my end goal is to provide for my children so they can have a good life. What this means is I think about where I want to live, who my partner is, what kind of job I want, and how I spend my money among other things. When I make each of those decisions I'm motivated by the quality of life I want my children to have.

Stability also means leaning on friends and family when I need help. Even if you make all the right decisions there's no guarantee that life will be stable but you increase your chances of stability when you make conscious decisions that are consistent with your long term goals and you keep people around who encourage and help you reach those goals.
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Rebecca’s Answer

Thank you for your question. Different people may have different meaning on stability.
Some people would view this as stable income, some people may view it as same life schedule everyday, etc.
I am not sure the reason you would like to look for a stable life in the young age. In fact, the world keeps change. There is new technology emerges everyday. Sometimes, you may need to adapt for the external changes. E.g. There was a job called 'Typist' a few decade ago. With the development of technology, everyone uses the typewriter. This job becomes obsolete. This might be a stable job previously.
Since you are young, I recommend to look for something you have interest on and can take some risk if any before you have your own family. You do not have much burden now. It is easier to change or start another career.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!
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