Disturbing

I have a problem

One of my November challenges are based on “Disturbing”, and I have thought plenty on the topic. Googleing the definition of the word;

disturbing present participle of dis·turb (Verb)
Verb:
Interfere with the normal arrangement or functioning of.
Destroy the sleep or relaxation of.

It’s the word normal that bugs me a little bit, my normality is different from others, good and bad. So how do I decide what is disturbing, I mean I already know that destroying someones sleep is disturbing, just not the kind of disturbing I meant.

My second Google search was for images based on the word disturbing…oh dear! The definitions are just so many and so different, I set myself up for a though one this time.

What do you find disturbing?

disturbingpresent participle of dis·turb (Verb)

Verb:
  1. Interfere with the normal arrangement or functioning of.
  2. Destroy the sleep or relaxation of.

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