I would have started taking better care of my body when I was young. I'm paying for it at the age of 40.
The classic: If I could start over t 18 with what I know know. Except I'd probably die from withdrawl from no cell phones or internet.
I would have chosen to do follow passion and something creative rather than spend years in medical school and residency to enter a broken healthcare system.
I would have gone to Yale graduate school when given the opportunity out of college rather than starting a career.
I would have never let him get away...my life would be so different than what it is today.
I AGREE WITH ROBERT, I WOULD TAKE OF MY BODY IN MY EARLY TWENTIES. AND KEEP DIABETES FROM DEVELOPING AS SOON AS IT DID. THIS PROBLEM RUNS IN BOTH SIDE OF MY FAMILY, AND I DID NOT KNOW HOW SOON IT WOULD STRIKE AND IT'S HORRIBLE AFFECTS ON ME.
if you ask why its not 'no questions asked' :) but i would have to say i would definitely re-do my entire high school and college experience. I hid the real me and it held me back. x
I also agree with Robert. I would start my do over in junior high/high school, I wish I would have cared or even known I had future back then.
My first time...As I've grown older, I've realized sex with love is SO much more meaningful and totally worth waiting for.
When I came out in my late 20s shortly before I was being ordained to the priesthood, I would have chosen to leave the seminary and pursue the possibilities of life. Instead I sublimated what I really wanted -- love and committed companionship in a full relationship -- and wound up thirty years later doing what I could have done when I was young. Those were 30 good years, by the way, but if I could have a do-over, that is what I would do differently.
I would not have gone to law school after college. Biggest mistake of my life.
I would go back to 1995 and, instead of getting into a relationship, I would walk away the moment I met him. The repercussions of that relationship have been horrifically life-altering.
I'd come out at 16 rather than 40
I would not have let myself be born. A lifetime of pain associated with me has never given me comfort. So, in return I would grant comfort to those I've hurt.
I'd redo college being out instead of closted. It was such a time of inner change for me, but a lot of my friends never knew the real me. We all went our seperate ways after college, like most do, but would have been a better experience rather than social media reconnecting later.
The one thing I would undo is getting married when I was young and confused and knew I was gay and did it anyway. Yes I ended up with three wonderful children from the marriage, but I hurt a very nice person in the process. Sorry Cathy
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