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Stuff you regret not doing when young
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I'm not old enough to regret yet.
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itsant1 wrote:


Nice post, kind of describes me . Though the end made me sad




Is okay bro... you don't need to worry about me.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Getting my license and a job at sixteen or seventeen.


Thisss. I wish I had gotten a job in high school. There were so many opportunities, but I was just too lazy. Also don't have my license yet, which I don't care as much about, but it would be nice to get it... Someday.

I wish I had been a little more outgoing and joined more school activities, too. I only started getting a little involved in high school during my senior year. Better late than never, but still. I was just too self-conscious to put myself out there.

I wish I had never dropped choir or violin. Dropped them once I got to high school because music became a lot more competitive and I was intimidated. Wish I would've stuck it out and challenged myself instead of taking the easy route.

That's all I can think of for now... Will probably be back later with more regrets. orz
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Watching more anime.

./peaceout
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Being meaner. As strange as it sounds, I wish I had found out at a younger age that nice guys finish last. Now here I am with a handful of shits and wishes and stupid Romantic plots in my head while I watch ladies go for the cynical hateful bastards who picked on me when I was younger. Ah.....
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That I didn't get into manga and anime and started to be serious about drawing earlier than I did.
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flying to the moon
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I regret that I have yet to enslave or destroy the world.
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I wish i would've got into drawing at a earlier age or learn about cosplaying at a earlier age
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pootato wrote:

Not getting into the habit of exercising and eating healthy. I have this idea that if I had started this feat when I young, that my lifestyle would be completely different now as an adult.


This! I wish I had better eating habits when I was a kid. I also wish that I had study more and ignored the haters.
Posted 3/12/14 , edited 3/12/14

Integrity versus despair is the eighth and final stage of Erik Erikson's theory of psychosocial development. This stage occurs during late adulthood from age 65 through the end of life. During this period of time, people reflect back on the life they have lived and come away with either a sense of fulfillment from a life well lived or a sense of regret and despair over a life misspent.


nope not at the regret stage yet
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I somewhat regret never developing any of my talents. I showed great potential for many things but I became somewhat lazy because everything was handed to me and I was, in all honesty and humility (merely stating a fact), sharper than most kids in my classes so I did not feel the need to exert any effort. I was reading scientific books and Greek philosophy texts and had the reading level of a high schooler when I was 8 years old. I was also an early developer physically and disliked interacting with loud people so that further isolated me from most of my classmates. Being in a strict Asian family also probably did its part instilling me with distrust and paranoia when it comes to strangers.

I used to paint, play the piano on my own (I could not read notes but played by ear), play basketball, do martial arts, and a ton of other things.

However, I don't see the point of wasting significant amounts of time and energy feeling regretful so I've been changing myself since I graduated. It is also useless to dwell on things of the past since what I am now is not what I was back then. Potential realized or not, I've grown. I'm getting back into a daily exercise routine (light but beats nothing), picked up archery and kendo again, improving my cooking skills, reading more and writing more. I bought like....40 books about 3 months ago which I am done with and re-reading, with another 12 coming in this next week. I've also cut down on partying and no longer go through a bottle of liquor a week.

It gets boring since I have no friends with similar interests to share my discoveries with. I don't blame them because I am interested in obscure and unusual things. But I do feel a bit more empowered when I see that I can change myself.
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attending a Christina Aguilera concert... she came to Sydney twice, I didn't go because I had nobody to go with... I didn't have the courage to go to a concert by myself...


When I turned 18, I worked up the courage to go to places by myself, but then she never tours anymore after 2007. She had a baby, divorce and all that jazz. Now she's pregnant again.

I'm so pissed But happy for her at the same time.





Next year, I'm going to Japan, I have nobody to go with as well. I'm trying to find a travelling companion, but if I don't find it, I'm going by myself--life is too short to not do something you want to do
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Not watching anime sooner than I did
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Smoking opium with and sleeping over at this one girl's house.
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