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I regret alot of things........to many to list.

From failing grade nine math to not forgiving someone over a stupid agrument.
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To sakitolover's post:
Yeah, you're right, no one should live with a regret, I have the exact same philosophy. However, it doesn't mean it wont happen. You can't change the past and you have to move on, and I've done that, but that doesn't mean I don't regret something from the past.

I have a regret I will hold on for the rest of my life. Not speaking out. A friend of mine brought a guy to her house that she was "dating" when her parents weren't home. I thought it was weird because I knew the guy was much older than her and she was a freshman or sophomore at the time... but, I told her to have fun. I didn't advise against it since its her life. Since I've knew the guy there was always something shady about him, he seemed older than he was and he always had this weird quality. Well, anyway, a year later I found out she was raped around that time by that guy. She wasn't drunk or anything, not a slut or what have you. I regret not speaking on my mind saying "maybe that isn't a good idea, I don't trust that guy. Why not all hang out over here?" like I thought. Maybe I could've stopped it, who knows, but I know she didn't deserve what she got. I regret not speaking up.

I also regret a few other things, but sometimes there are just things in your life you can't get over, no matter how hard you try to stick to that philosophy.


If you care for her, you should have done something. This situation is worth to be regretted.
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i regret hooking up with my girl freind
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Posted 1/10/07

simpleyesa wrote:


Crossy wrote:

To sakitolover's post:
Yeah, you're right, no one should live with a regret, I have the exact same philosophy. However, it doesn't mean it wont happen. You can't change the past and you have to move on, and I've done that, but that doesn't mean I don't regret something from the past.

I have a regret I will hold on for the rest of my life. Not speaking out. A friend of mine brought a guy to her house that she was "dating" when her parents weren't home. I thought it was weird because I knew the guy was much older than her and she was a freshman or sophomore at the time... but, I told her to have fun. I didn't advise against it since its her life. Since I've knew the guy there was always something shady about him, he seemed older than he was and he always had this weird quality. Well, anyway, a year later I found out she was raped around that time by that guy. She wasn't drunk or anything, not a slut or what have you. I regret not speaking on my mind saying "maybe that isn't a good idea, I don't trust that guy. Why not all hang out over here?" like I thought. Maybe I could've stopped it, who knows, but I know she didn't deserve what she got. I regret not speaking up.

I also regret a few other things, but sometimes there are just things in your life you can't get over, no matter how hard you try to stick to that philosophy.


If you care for her, you should have done something. This situation is worth to be regretted.


I did care, I was just ignorant. I regret what happened to her and I regret ever being that ignorant. After I found out, combined with some other stuff going on through my life I hit two years of chronic depression. (Oh, by the way I was in 7th grade when she it happened and I found out in 8th grade, so I wasn't so mature yet either.) Now my resolve is to do something with my life that'll change someone or many people for the better and try to better this whole world. So, I guess you can say some good got out of it, but yeah, a much deserved regret in my opinion. No excuse for stupidity.

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Everyone have regrets in their lives... From speaking out in a wrong manner to loved ones... to even killing people...

I regret never visit my grandpa when he was dying...
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I only have one regret...
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Guess its not for us to know eh?
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Posted 1/10/07

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Guess its not for us to know eh?



Not telling an old friend my true feelings...

(Aside of that...I don't regret anything I do in life,cuz I always do what I feel's right & best 4 me ) lol
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Posted 1/10/07

Crossy wrote:


simpleyesa wrote:


Crossy wrote:

To sakitolover's post:
Yeah, you're right, no one should live with a regret, I have the exact same philosophy. However, it doesn't mean it wont happen. You can't change the past and you have to move on, and I've done that, but that doesn't mean I don't regret something from the past.

I have a regret I will hold on for the rest of my life. Not speaking out. A friend of mine brought a guy to her house that she was "dating" when her parents weren't home. I thought it was weird because I knew the guy was much older than her and she was a freshman or sophomore at the time... but, I told her to have fun. I didn't advise against it since its her life. Since I've knew the guy there was always something shady about him, he seemed older than he was and he always had this weird quality. Well, anyway, a year later I found out she was raped around that time by that guy. She wasn't drunk or anything, not a slut or what have you. I regret not speaking on my mind saying "maybe that isn't a good idea, I don't trust that guy. Why not all hang out over here?" like I thought. Maybe I could've stopped it, who knows, but I know she didn't deserve what she got. I regret not speaking up.

I also regret a few other things, but sometimes there are just things in your life you can't get over, no matter how hard you try to stick to that philosophy.


If you care for her, you should have done something. This situation is worth to be regretted.


I did care, I was just ignorant. I regret what happened to her and I regret ever being that ignorant. After I found out, combined with some other stuff going on through my life I hit two years of chronic depression. (Oh, by the way I was in 7th grade when she it happened and I found out in 8th grade, so I wasn't so mature yet either.) Now my resolve is to do something with my life that'll change someone or many people for the better and try to better this whole world. So, I guess you can say some good got out of it, but yeah, a much deserved regret in my opinion. No excuse for stupidity.



If the girl overcame her problem, you should have gone over it too. Yeah, we have regrets but it doesn't mean it ends there, our regrets are our real teacher.
Posted 1/10/07
fighting with my gf...

i dont like arguing with her, we rarely fight.... even after 6 years we still rarely fight.
Posted 1/10/07
Getting a Fight with your best friend
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Posted 1/11/07

simpleyesa wrote:


Crossy wrote:


simpleyesa wrote:


Crossy wrote:

To sakitolover's post:
Yeah, you're right, no one should live with a regret, I have the exact same philosophy. However, it doesn't mean it wont happen. You can't change the past and you have to move on, and I've done that, but that doesn't mean I don't regret something from the past.

I have a regret I will hold on for the rest of my life. Not speaking out. A friend of mine brought a guy to her house that she was "dating" when her parents weren't home. I thought it was weird because I knew the guy was much older than her and she was a freshman or sophomore at the time... but, I told her to have fun. I didn't advise against it since its her life. Since I've knew the guy there was always something shady about him, he seemed older than he was and he always had this weird quality. Well, anyway, a year later I found out she was raped around that time by that guy. She wasn't drunk or anything, not a slut or what have you. I regret not speaking on my mind saying "maybe that isn't a good idea, I don't trust that guy. Why not all hang out over here?" like I thought. Maybe I could've stopped it, who knows, but I know she didn't deserve what she got. I regret not speaking up.

I also regret a few other things, but sometimes there are just things in your life you can't get over, no matter how hard you try to stick to that philosophy.


If you care for her, you should have done something. This situation is worth to be regretted.


I did care, I was just ignorant. I regret what happened to her and I regret ever being that ignorant. After I found out, combined with some other stuff going on through my life I hit two years of chronic depression. (Oh, by the way I was in 7th grade when she it happened and I found out in 8th grade, so I wasn't so mature yet either.) Now my resolve is to do something with my life that'll change someone or many people for the better and try to better this whole world. So, I guess you can say some good got out of it, but yeah, a much deserved regret in my opinion. No excuse for stupidity.



If the girl overcame her problem, you should have gone over it too. Yeah, we have regrets but it doesn't mean it ends there, our regrets are our real teacher.



True, but to some extent she never really overcame it and neither have I. Those things don't just stop effecting you, and I'm letting it effect me, but hopefully to mold me into a better person.
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>_< Ahh quiting Taekwondo.. I really hated it when I was little, but now I want to go back in.. I don't know why though T_T
Posted 1/22/07
Discovering crunchyroll. I've become too addicted
Posted 1/22/07
^ ha! i regret that i ever rode my scooter too fast flipped over and fell on my stomach and knee and elbow (the worst part)
and i also regret that i cut the box open for my friend... apparently i cut my finger open instead!
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