If You Could Go Back 10 Years, What, In Your Own Personal Life, Would You Change?

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Anonymous answered
Definitely the job.  Possibly go back to school instead of staying in a job that's not quite right for me.  It may still happen.  In fact, thinking about still being in the same place ten years from now makes me feel like I should be doing something about this. 
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Moe Pence
Moe Pence commented
It's never too late! I wish you all the success in the world whenever it is that you make the change, and hope that your future is a happy one.
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Jane Snow answered
Well For me I would give my life to to Lord now that I know him.Because my life has been really good since I found Jesus.he has change my life and ways I never thought was possible.And a lot of choices that I made in life I would change. Such as my attitude about life at that time. I would try to enjoy it more by not worrying about every little thing.japeace
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Moe Pence
Moe Pence commented
I can understand that. I was a mess until a friend brought me back to the Lord -- best thing I ever did, and that was over 30 years ago! God bless you abundantly, Japeace!
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Ree Ree answered
I would have totally gotten a better education....and go to school to learn a better trade.
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Moe Pence
Moe Pence commented
I think I would have done the same thing. Growing up in the 50's-60's, it was a most a given to get married and raise children early, but I think that once newer times and less job bias emerged, I would have gone into some branch of construction -- even for a female! I say go for it! I'm contemplating school again -- at age 60!!
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Dear lanadee answered
I would have exercised more and eaten less.  It is much easier to STAY in shape, then to GET in shape. L I also would have "played" more.  I have always taken myself much too seriously.
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Moe Pence
Moe Pence commented
I agree -- we don't always like to take risks or time out to do things that aren't "necessary" -- but once you realize this, you can always start the change, little by little, shaping up and/or taking a broader view of things.
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Anonymous answered
I would have asked my mom for help sooner than I did. I am bipolar and if things would have been figured out sooner maybe High school wouldn't have been so rough.
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Moe Pence
Moe Pence commented
That's sad, and I hope that life is less difficult for you now, since the problem was identified. My mom was bipolar (manic depressive), but wasn't diagnosed until late in life. We understood then, that the problems and confusion in our family life was due to a medical problem, not because she was intentionally "mean". I cried a sea of tears when I found that out, and had more compassion and love for her than ever before.

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