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    Falling for one of my closest friends
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    Celebrating Christmas (2014)
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    Not taking 6th form AS year more seriously, would have a better pick of Uni's.
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    Falling in love with the wrong person, and then letting the aftermath affect what should have been one of the best years of my life.
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    So many mistakes. One was not having the courage to do archaeology as my first degree. Did economics instead seeking a secure future. Dummy.
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    Is 'not having something to regret' an option?
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    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)
    Is 'not having something to regret' an option?
    Only if you have never had a life
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    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)
    Is 'not having something to regret' an option?
    maybe...... , do you not have any regrets?
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    (Original post by Hopefulbunny)
    Only if you have never had a life
    Ah, you got me there.
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    (Original post by Sharukhan)
    maybe...... , do you not have any regrets?
    There are things that i did that were stupid, but they made me a better person in the long run, so I wouldn't put that down as a regret.
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    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)
    There are things that i did that were stupid, but they made me a better person in the long run, so I wouldn't put that down as a regret.
    hmmm , a perspective I must re-consider as it has occurred to me before
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    (Original post by Sharukhan)
    hmmm , a perspective I must re-consider as it has occurred to me before
    Nice to know i've expanded horizons today
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    (Original post by Sharukhan)
    My friend you have much too learn
    Teach me, master.
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    what did you do instead ?
    Your mom huehuehuehue.
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    Not forcing myself to confront and get over my social anxiety 4 years ago. Or just improved it, it will probably always exist to some degree. Lots of people have it but still manage to form normal relationships, be sociable, have a career, have a girlfriend. As a result I have gone through the entire 'young with little responsibly' phase of my life' on life support. I functioned but I was never really alive so to speak. I really hate myself for this but it is my own stupid fault. On my last day at uni someone who I had seen on semi regular basis, someone who was on my course, commented that this was the first time they had heard me speak. For three whole years I may as well have been a mute to them. Sometime I feel normal and everything is OK then something like this happens I feel like a freak. It's really upsetting and makes me wish I didn't exist.

    You can't go back in time but I can effect the future. Baby steps. Since I have got my job though I have just regressed back to life support mode with no real aim. I can't still be like this in 4 years time. Then I will be getting into real debilitating life crisis mode.
    Set yourself some goals. That really helps. Oh, and write them down.
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    (Original post by DerMann)


    Set yourself some goals. That really helps. Oh, and write them down.
    Does applying to go to the antarctic for 12 months count?
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    (Original post by DerMann)
    Teach me, master.

    Your mom huehuehuehue.


    Set yourself some goals. That really helps. Oh, and write them down.
    go suck your dad's d***
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    Not working hard throughout year 10/ up to end of year 11 and getting gcse grades which are not the best for medicine
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    (Original post by Lularose83)
    Not working hard throughout year 10/ up to end of year 11 and getting gcse grades which are not the best for medicine
    the feeling is mutual mate , what is your profile now like for medical school or have you received any offers?
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    (Original post by Sharukhan)
    go suck your dad's d***
    Dude, no homo. First you say you are my dad, then you tell me to suck my dad's D***? Errm, Nein, Danke!
    (Original post by Aria Enoshima)
    Is 'not having something to regret' an option?
    I regret nothing, because the events leading up to now made me the person I am.
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    (Original post by DerMann)
    Dude, no homo. First you say you are my dad, then you tell me to suck my dad's D***? Errm, Nein, Danke!

    I regret nothing, because the events leading up to now made me the person I am.
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    *hug* cheer up bud
    I suppose, it's never too late. Not even at 19, to get braces and a beautiful smile right.... RIGHT?!?!?!!

    (Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
    Not forcing myself to confront and get over my social anxiety 4 years ago. Or just improved it, it will probably always exist to some degree. Lots of people have it but still manage to form normal relationships, be sociable, have a career, have a girlfriend. As a result I have gone through the entire 'young with little responsibly' phase of my life' on life support. I functioned but I was never really alive so to speak. I really hate myself for this but it is my own stupid fault. On my last day at uni someone who I had seen on semi regular basis, someone who was on my course, commented that this was the first time they had heard me speak. For three whole years I may as well have been a mute to them. Sometime I feel normal and everything is OK then something like this happens I feel like a freak. It's really upsetting and makes me wish I didn't exist.

    You can't go back in time but I can effect the future. Baby steps. Since I have got my job though I have just regressed back to life support mode with no real aim. I can't still be like this in 4 years time. Then I will be getting into real debilitating life crisis mode.
    I just wanted to say... I suppose I should regret the last couple of years of my life, cause I had no true friends, was a shut in, wasted it all on gaming, did nothing significant, yadda yadda yadda

    But now that I've set new goals, and found new passions, it doesn't matter to me at all that my life before now was remarkably... unremarkable. I don't even think about it at all now, because I'm much more excited about what the future brings, I don't even have time to dwell on the past.

    Go on, start living your life now, and you won't even care about what happened in the past!
 
 
 
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