But not at the expense of losing any experiences, wisdom and knowledge. So, screw that.
MrPlank MrPlank
56-60, M
1 Response Aug 23, 2014

For sure.... I would not go back to any of my teens (they were fun but enough already) Or my twenties for that matter- this is the stupid selfish part of my life....no thank you. I don't really mind being 40 it's ok. It's the moment in time that I know it's time to be a mentor... so I think about my words a bit more carefully... especially when I am talking to the kids in their teens and twenties...