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I would have listen more in school paytention to the teacher I would have did all my work, I wouldn`t have start smoking or drinking I would listen to my parents and family more I would be more open with people cause i`m shy I wouldn`t be a gangsta I would just be a normal smart man that when to college and just did all he could
You still can achieve these things that you so desire. You are still young and it not to late to start over. Better yourself you deserve it!
You still can :)
I wouldnt have become friends with people who used and abused me.
I would change so many things, Hindsight is allways better. Since I can't go back, I am making the next five years be better. I have learned from the past, and will make the future better for many.
I would have gotten to the hospital sooner or just not gone to work that day. I would have spent the last day of my husbands' life right there beside him. He still came to me in spirit, and gave me a big kiss with his whiskers rubbing my face. But I really wish I had been there before he started fighting for his life. I wanted him to know how much I Loved him. <br />
I know everyone says he knew...but I wanted to tell him in 8/2007 that I still Loved Loved him so very much, again and for the last time in his life on this Earth. That is my heart felt answer. Blessings, LW
what i would of said when i didn't. and the things i shouldn't of said that i did. i think that would be the biggest.
amen to that.
to have my wife back , she was the love of my life , and died from cancer !
I'm so sorry to hear that. I do hope that someday, you not find someone to replace her, but someone you can open your heart out to and love again.
I envy you sir. That you had a "love of your life" and life never cheated you of that. Death may have but we all rue death. Some of us however who thought we had found the love of our lives have lived to rue "life" as well as it can be very cruel. I hope you cherish your wife's memory and her love. Again I envy you that.
I would have never left the area I came from.....enjoying the change of seasons, the museums, symphony, restauraunts, warm people with humor, and history........oh the fashion too!
I wouldn't change a thing. Things just fell into place and I found clarity within the last five years. My children have flourished, my marriage is great and I wouldn't have had it any other way.
You go girl!!
The last five years.
I would have won the lottery.
I would have fought harder for my half of the stuff when I got separated
I'd worry less and appreciate the good things in my life. i'm trying to be more like that now.
Be more social, try new things
Why would you want to change what has happened? Are you unhappy with who you are today? If not, then changing what has happened might make you a person you do not want to be. If you don't like who you are today, then what has happened has at least given you lessons as to what not to do. I would keep everything that has happened, for better or worse, since they have given me opportunities, lessons, and experiences that have shaped me and who I want to become.
I never told my fiance "I Love You"<br />
He was great but I was too scared to stop hiding my feelings :(
I'd have split up with my wife a lot earlier than I did.
5 Years - What would I change? My attitude. For the last 4-5 years I have done nothing but feel sorry for myself, I've woken up in my own pity party just to fall asleep in my own tears. I wish I never had, I wish it didn't take me this long to get over what happened when I grew up, I wish I didn't let my family's dysfunction rattle my own life. I didn't graduate high school because I was too busy being pissed off at my mother, hating my father, wishing I wasn't alive, that I threw all of my potential out of the window and let bad memories and a terrible childhood rule my life.<br />
And I wish I hadn't. If I had just had a better attitude, If I had just taken charge of my own happiness, I could have done well in life. Instead, I am currently without work, without family or friends, in a new city on my own. the only difference being, my attitude has changed and I know that there is hope yet for me to succeed.
You are never alone. God has a plan for all of us and that includes you. I believe you will find your way because I believe in you and I don't even know you. So believe in yourself and LIVE honey, LIVE. Oh to be young and able again. God Bless you dear.
Not vote for Obama...wait....did I just admit that? My bad.