What’s a life changing decision you made in your early 20s that now regret every day of your life?
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Trusting the wrong person.
Which one lol
I stuck with my major instead of switching because I was afraid of having to do another year of college
All of them
Becoming a teacher in the US. Someone has to do it. It sucks that it’s this bad.
I don’t regret making decisions I regret not making decisions
Marrying my ex husband
Never investing, and trying to live life to its fullest. Life fucking sucks, it sould never be enjoyed that much!
Not buying Bitcoin
Overeating and not working out. I hate exercise and always have but I know if I’d had a regular workout daily I’d never have gained all this weight.
Dating a narcissist.
Playing high school football. I dislocated my right knee three separate times throughout high school playing football. I had multiple repair surgeries and finally a meniscus replacement surgery. I should have quit playing. I loved the sport though, but my knee is kinda ruined now.
Pills, not looking into mental health.
Not decisions per se, I just regret not taking enough financial or social initiatives before the pandemic blew it all
Buying a webcam. Hear me out. 20 years ago, I got one to hang out with a love interest at the time. It had a 0.5 megapixel camera. Started doing photography. Upgraded to an actual camera. Started doing solo and group shows. Sold a photograph of an abandoned house in Detroit to the woman who ended up being my first wife. Got cheated on and was left with 4-year old ADHD son. Nearly ruined my career.
The lesson is: never buy a webcam.
Selling pills to support my opiate addiction which landed me in jail and felonies on my record. I’m a glass half full kind of person so part of me says that it was cool to experience something that a lot of people never get to experience. But man, it would have saved me a lot of past and current struggles if I would have chose a different path lol.
Not working out
Taking out the max student loans to go to grad school.
Going to nursing school.
Working 12h shifts and eating junkfood.
I shouldn’t have been drinking at that party, now I have two boyfriends
A car accident that left me 15k in debt to a insurance company 🙃
I’m pretty sure the way I was drinking back then will make me die a few years earlier, which sucks. But at least I haven’t had a drink in a few years now.
My parents were verbally and emotionally abusive pieces of shit. And, well, I believed them.