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Difficulty: n. gomplex and/or sodiffen and/or modiffen and/or mudiffen and/or newdiffen and/or handiffen and/or tidiffen and frequently challenging

Gomplex: n. achieving a complex subset(s)

Handiffen: n. achieving with a handicap(s)

Modiffen: n. achieving more of a subset(s)

Mudiffen: n. achieving with relatively much strength

Newdiffen: n. achieving a new subset(s)

Sodiffen: n. achieving with relatively much skill

Tidiffen: n. achieving with small time to complete


There are seven basic reasons why achieving a goal(s) may be difficult and it may be more than one or as many as all seven.

The goal(s) may be very complex, may take relatively much strength, may take relatively much skill, may be something new, you may be handicapped, there is very little time to complete, and the difficulty may be that there is so much of it to do.

Some things in life are more difficult than others. Some see difficulty as a challenge and courageously try to master it while others see difficulty as an unnecessary hardship in life and tend to avoid it as much as possible. Avoiding too much difficulty can lead to a rather boring lifestyle but humans who are not used to much difficulty don’t frequently look for it and live life without much of it.

Getting excellent grades in school is difficult and those who don’t wind up in jobs which are not very difficult. The most difficult time humans have is frequently with loving or caring relationships with other humans. In an age of rampant promiscuity close trusting and faithful relationships are difficult to find and if found are sometimes difficult to maintain for a long duration.



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Confusion: n. caused meaninglessness and/or inability to judge by (large complexity and/or vagueness) and/or (misleading and/or knowledgelessness) and/or (uncertainty and/or newness) and/or irrationality

Frequently we are confused or don’t understand what to do or can’t make a judgment because it is a new situation which we have never dealt with before and don’t feel certain what to do under the circumstances.


We can be confused because a situation is so complex that we don’t understand it and don’t know what to do.


Confusion also exists if we have no knowledge in a field and can’t make a right decision about a situation.


Confusion can exist if something is irrational and doesn’t make logical sense.


Confusion can exist if instructions are too vague and we can’t follow them to a logical conclusion.


Confusion can also result from misleading information with contradictory statements or irrational instructions.


Finally confusion can exist if there is too much uncertainty and we fear making any decision to take action.


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