Well, I have made bad decisions....but you live and learn. And don't make the same mistakes again. It always seems awful when it's happening...but I always manage to pull myself thru.
yes i do but once u ****** u life no going back is there
The good out weighs the bad
You can't ruin your life unless you dwell in the past. The worst thing you can do is to listen and follow people who do not know. Make up your own mind, listen to your own soul, if you can't keep up with 'Joneses, 'don't. If you can't be a lawyer, be a policeman and put lawyers in jail.
yes, i struggled for years working hard to pay my mortgage (17yrs) when i seperated from my ex years ago...i moved areas due to work and back nearer family..couldnt get on the housing ladder here as not enough equity in house, so decided to sell it on a quick sell service, this was a couple yrs ago, when house prices dropped... my debts run up quickly due to paying high rent and mortgage and bills on both,, sold house and was left with 8K which had to go on debts...left with no money, no house, no savings and in a debt management scheme... i worked so hard all those years...and really wish i could turn back the clock and do things different. i am 47, got 5 years of debt management..a son out of work who has caused me stress, with unpaid fines..so selling anything to get the money together to stop bailiffs. i work hard, live a clean life, am good to people..and cant believe how i could have made such bad decissions. i feel a complete failure..and if i really think about it all i dare not cry because i feel i will not stop. i wake up wondering what is the point..
jesus christ.. im wondering how are u now..
yes I have. I was just about to graduate college and had applied to the same college I was going to at the time for grad school, I had been accepted with a RA (research assistant) which means your tuition is paid for and you get paid to do research. I was awarded the senior of the year award in my department, had flawless grades, and had just been offered an internship at the company of my dreams; literally I had planned my whole life on working for this company, and I was the the only undergrad who had ever been offered an internship with the company, everyone else was grad students. I had everything set in place my life, was in the exact path that I had worked so hard for. Then I failed my drug test, the last step into going into my internship. I don't even do drugs on the regular, quit smoking weed when I got into college. But it was a hair follicle test and I had thought it was a urine drug test. Three weeks ago I was slightly intoxicated and did two lines of coke in celebration of my new offered internship. Hair follicle test can detect anything from 30-90 days. So I didn't get my internship, I was black listed which meant every company that was connected to that company could see that I had failed a drug test, every single one of my professors who had voted for me as "senior of the year" knew I had this internship and then for them to find out that I had failed my drug test. It was too humiliating, I did not continue with my masters there. I had not applied to any other schools because I thought my future was set. please don't make the same mistake I did, don't do drugs.
yes i do feel like i ruined my life but i learned you must stand firm,tall and proud
I think my problem was from not being properly trained early in life. I think it led to some bad decisions later, which I now feel I let others do it for me. Now i'm reaping the results.
I'm with you on that one. I never had much guidance or support growing up. Mostly I had a lot of ridicule, hate and criticism inflicted on me. I'm crippled as an adult now.
No longer so.
Yes, if I could go back in time and make things right...I would do it in a heartbeat! That one decision caused major wreckage in my life. I am at the point of trying to rebuild myself up, it's a long process!
Its never too late.
Nope, I've made a ton of mistakes over the years, made many a wrong turn but whilst at times my life may seem like a car wreck I've always ended up OK.
Sooooo many times, but I still have hope for myself :)
No, never.<br />
I don't regret my major decisions.<br />
Of course, there is always a possibility for improvement.
Once, and it got better. I don't think that anymore.
no neva<br />
watch and learn<br />
u never seen anyone pull this off
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Yes, every day of my life.
Not really. Decisions were made to me and now I have to suffer the consequences. Severe child abuse lead to obesity, social anxiety, crappy job, fear of women and suicidal thoughts everyday.
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Oh Lord, where do I start? I'm 50 years old. When I was younger I dropped out of college with one class left to take because I didn't believe in myself that i could pass a difficult math test. So I dropped out. I became a paper-shover, one menial secretarial gig after another. Every man I ever loved has dumped me. I currently weigh nearly 300 pounds. I received a big inheritance that was going to fund my retirement and grad school, and like an idiot I blew through it in less than 2 years, so now I'm broke and stuck in a job that I absolutely loathe. Seriously, I wake up every morning feeling sick and disgusted with myself. I hate myself and the stupid, childish choices that have brought me where I am. I wish I had the courage to kill myself. I wonder what's the point of going on, I don't have the discipline and sense to try to change, I just keep making the same ignorant, self-destructive choices over and over again. I make myself sick. I wish I'd get cancer and die, or get hit by a car. Something, anything to put me out of this pain.