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If there is one thing you could tell your younger self, one bit of advice, with all the knowledge you have now, what would it be?
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Don't date your childhood friend you will fall deeply inlove with her into a relationship of abuse and manipulation
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To not get hung up on people who wouldn't spend the extra second on you and that it's okay to let people go.
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To never let anyone walk over you and always speak up. Never be afraid of what people will think of you. There's not really many things I regret doing but rather things I should have done.
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Ryulightorb wrote:

Don't date your childhood friend you will fall deeply inlove with her into a relationship of abuse and manipulation


I am sorry you went through that. I hope it taught you some life lessons, and that you have healed from this.

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stuttered wrote:

To not get hung up on people who wouldn't spend the extra second on you and that it's okay to let people go.


Great advice, I feel like we all realize this at one point or another. :)
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FatalEnd21 wrote:

To never let anyone walk over you and always speak up. Never be afraid of what people will think of you. There's not really many things I regret doing but rather things I should have done.


These are great, and maybe if you did what you should have, you wouldn't have realized this life lesson
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belatryx wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

Don't date your childhood friend you will fall deeply inlove with her into a relationship of abuse and manipulation


I am sorry you went through that. I hope it taught you some life lessons, and that you have healed from this.



eh i learnt not to trust those i love that and 6 cheaters before hand have ironed that into me xD
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I've thought about this question before, and honestly... I wouldn't tell my younger self anything. I know it seems like I'm dodging the question here, but I believe that I'm at where I'm at right now because of the trials and tribulations I went through. I feel like if I were to tell my younger self something it would go in one ear and out the other. I think there are certain things in life that you simply can't grasp or learn without experiencing it for yourself. I've made some mistakes in my life, but I ultimately have zero regrets and love the journey life has taken me so far.
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"You are an idiot"
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Colorblind coded electrical wires are a bad idea.
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Invest in Apple/google/etc convince all your relatives to do the same by any means necessary

Seriously: be a lot more careful with your body, it's the only one you'll get.
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I'll let him make his mistakes. This is the hand he's been dealt and he's lucky to have what he has.
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I think, honestly, it would be to tell my younger self to be more humble and to put others first. I think I broke a lot of friendships that way.
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stuttered wrote:

To not get hung up on people who wouldn't spend the extra second on you and that it's okay to let people go.


^ Definitely this.
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