The one thing I'm planning on changing about myself is a s3x change.Seriously I think being a girl sucks,and that my life would be better if I were a guy.When I get my s3x change,I'm going for a Jeffree Star look (the guy in my profile pic)
I would have been a brain in school,instead of a "head!"Being smart,is very cool.When you stand in a room,and can talk to anyone in there,because,you know a little about everything...rocks,and is very impressive!Be different.be cool,and smart ,at the same time!
I wish that I could change the fact that my one and only son was killed in a motorcycle accident going to work on Jan 5, 2012. I would have gladly given up an arm and a leg for that not to have happened, or even my own life. He was in Iraq for over a year and then returns to the USA and gets killed 5 months later.
I was living in Portland at the time, had a great job that I could have retired at, great friends, shared a house with great roommates, and gave it all up and moved to Seattle in an attempt to help my Mom get my brother(who was in a motorcycle accident) into a care facility. In the end, what I did could have been accomplished from Portland, I never found the success in Seattle that I did in Portland, and have never liked Seattle as much as Portland.
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I have 5 children. If I would have known that this Government of ours was so damn corrupt and was going to screw this country up. I would never had any children. Now my children and grand children are going to go through hell because of our corrupt Government. This Government is going succeed or try to succeed in making us their little puppets. We The People should get together and go to Washington DC and protest what they are doing. But only a very few of us has the balls to do that. And we very few can not get anywhere unless we have thousands of Citizens to march with us. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to E-mail me at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
At 64 it is easy to review my life, easy to remember the good and the bad. I perhaps would have visited my parents more. I would have invested my money instead of spending it on useless things. I defiantly would have spent more time as a student. But I have known love, and I've had wonderful children, so all the rest are just minor missteps.
I would never have had children because they have turned on me. I had to be the breadwinner and I never had time to get to know my kids. I suppose it was my fault, but it hurts to know I have 4 Grandkids I will never know.
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I should have saved more money. When I was in my 30's and 40's, I had a really good job but I spent as much as I made. Now I know what a mistake that was. I also regret not getting married in my 20's and having children. I thought my career was more important and I rejected a wonderful guy. When I did marry I was almost 40 and could not conceive. My husband is a great guy but I screwed up a lot of opportunities earlier in my life to follow a different path. Like the song says "there are prison cells in paradise where we are chained to our mistakes"
I wouldn't have been so quick to jump into a marriage with someone that was abusive, even while we were dating, just because I was insecure and didn't feel I deserved anything better that. I wish I could talk to every young woman that is going through that situation right now just to let them know how valuable a person they really are and to never let anyone make them think any differently.
I wouldn't change anything.Because changing your past changes who you are in the present. And since we have no idea which actions made us who we are and aren't you can't play with time.There is no way of knowing which action changes the good or bad parts of you.Meaning you may have done something bad in the past but you have learned from it someway and it has changed who you are someway. If I say I wish I had a better childhood then who knows who I would be today.A good childhood doesn't guarantee a good adulthood. So I think i'll concentrate more on what I can do now and in the future to make me a better person.Because the past is in the past for a reason.Leave it there.
I would have not married my first husband, stayed in the Army and made a career of the military. Then I wouldn't have been divorced and left in an all black community as the victim of 14 break-ins in 2 years. I had two great sons by that husband, but I believe that if I was to be a Mom it would have happened anyway. But God doesn't tell us His plans for our lives, so we just have to live on faith, and keep moving forward.
I wish I wasn't so mean to my soul mate/ fiance by tossing him away, for another man that I had just met while on a vacation. We knew each other for over four years and I got hypnotized by this other guys good looks and charm and the fact that he moved back to my city "for me". It was all too romantic for me to take so I said goodbye to my fiance. This I regret to this day. I got the guy a job at a local mini market. The store owner knew me and trusted my opinion of the guy. After a few weeks he was closing the store on his own, and closed early, a no no. He took all the money from the days sales and what was in the safe and ran off, never to be seen or heard from again. The next morning I got a call from the store owner asking me if I was with him in the store the night before, and I told him no, because I was tired and wanted to go to bed early. I was lucky, because if I was there, I would be an accomplish and go to jail! God saved me that day for sure! Anyway, I wish I never hurt my fiance. I wish I could go back in time and never go on that vacation trip, so I would have never met that stupid guy.
Boiling it down, here?s the process for shifting from an old way of doing things to a new way ? one that will help us achieve the ONE thing we want most right now (and then the next thing we really want, and so on):
1)- Identify the negative patterns that keep you stuck 2)- Analyze why you have those patterns ? look at your past, how the behaviors developed and why, how they served you 3)- Brainstorm new behaviors/habits that you could replace the old behaviors with 4)- Start practicing the new behaviors 5)- Acknowledge and let go of the old coping mechanisms at the same time Continue practicing positive behaviors, and be kind to yourself when you slip back.
Once I lend a friend my signature to a friend so he could get a loan for a car 7,000 $ and he never paid a single month and me myself I coulnt pay cause I pay my own car and now my credit score is a mess
Yes I definitely have an answer: I am 73 and have been married 51 years to a wonderful woman. To do over: I would guard, protect and treasure the love my wife gave to me in the beginning. I didnt know how fragile it was. I didnt know how difficult is is to win back once it is abused, even just a little bit. Our success is due to her contribution and I think she has a special place in heaven for her committment.
Even though there are things I really wish I didn't have to go through, I wouldn't change a thing. Everything up until now has made my life into what it is today. One of the most painful times in my life is what lead me to the best; my amazing boyfriend. I would not be where I am today without him.
One thing I would love to redo is my family summer vacation a few years back. We went to Florida and I really messed up big time. I acted as you can say a little like a brat it was terrible. I thing I might have messed up some of the fun hings we did,my dads B-day, and also my moms B-day. So yes if I could redo any day that would be the day!
I don't believe I would change much other than being 40 pounds thinner without the work. Other than that I wouldn't change anything: because I know if I did, I'd only be doing so to satisfy the judgments and or belief systems of the people who never liked or accepted me for the way I was to begin with. Always search for the truths in life and you'll always be free!
Answer this question...I would have chosen better men to marry. Unfortunately, both men were bad choices for me. For anyone interested, please, when considering marrying, ask the important questions of your potential spouse. Also, if you feel uneasy about the answers, make sure you are correctly understood and are happy with the answers you get. If not, don't make the unwise choice of marrying this person. You will regret it later and would be stuck with the problem. Make sure when getting to know him/her that they give you answers that make you excited to marry this person. Also, look for inconsistencies of what they say and what they do. There's a BIG difference!
My other regret is not borrowing so much money for student loans. If you have to borrow, keep track of the total amount and don't borrow any more than you absolutlely have to. I am in deep student loan debt and may never get it paid off. So, make wise choices, not like I did, and don't put yourself in positions you will later regret.