I have my regrets but then i think of them all and change them so they aren't regrets anymore there just me learning and doing the right things by owning and fixing my mistakes to become a better person and a better decision maker.
There are plenty of things I regret. The best thing about that is knowing our mistakes an correcting them. The biggest thing I would say is not following my dreams. I am very happy in life but got side tracked an kept on going. I did however achieved becoming a black belt in the martial arts but never graduated collage. So off to work I go wishing of bigger things.
I have regrets, some real whoppers! The things I regret the most were the things I did that hurt other people. I have apologized to them but I can't really ever take those things back. I still feel ashamed and remorseful for some of the things I did and didn't do.
We all have regrets in life. But it's important to not let become overwhelmed with guilt for past mistakes. However, we must make confession to God for our sins (1 John 1:9), pray for forgiveness and take steps to right the wrong.
Once we repent, God will then blot out our sins, erase them (Acts 3:19).
I have made mistakes, something they were huge, but much more importantly I have worked very diligently to never repeat them. I like the quote: It's not how many times you fall down, it's how many times you get back up that count. If we allow it, regrets will take the joy from our lives, and that's just sad because we can't go back and undue those things, we can only go forward, being so careful not to repeat them.
There's a very huge thing I'd love to go back and change. But since I can't I don't dwell on it. What's the point? I try to share my experiences with young people so they don't make the same mistakes which is why I'm more open than most. I can see an abusive relationship starting out a mile away. If we do not learn from our mistakes we cannot grow. I would change one very huge thing yes, and it's my only real regret because it affected my entire life. And knowing what could have been.... So I don't dwell. Pick myself up and move on.
We all have regrets in life,I regret the lifestyle I led before finding Jesus,drinking,drugging gambling,and I was not a very nice person at times,and feel I wasted 10 yrs. that I can't get back,and I am a totally different person now,I take nothing for granite,and seek my dreams,and God.
Yes. I regret not knowing what I know now sooner. Particularly, I regret not showing love to someone who deserved it and instead using them. Not for the pain that person later brought me but because of what could have been.
Everyone has something in their lives that they regret. But they are in the past and there is no point of thinking about what you've done wrong. It's nothing but a waste of time and can drag you down. You could spend your life trying to sift through what you could have done better. But think about this: what good do what-if's do?