What is Your Biggest Regret?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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My biggest regret is procrastinating. I regret each time i was supposed to perform a particular task and i ended up procrastinating it.
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Not telling the people I should of when I needed to.
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Thinking of it now, I regret been overly timid, not facing most issues in my teenage years with boldness and not making my opinion know.

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My biggest regret is when I love, I gave everything. Like trust, time and effort. But then in the end I received nothing thats why I got always hurt because im always expecting big things from them! Thats why now i learned something we should always prioritize and love ourselves so that in the end when we love atleast when time comes that both of you are struggling or experiencing heartbreaks so its easy for us to move on!

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Marylynn wrote:My biggest regret is procrastinating. I regret each time i was supposed to perform a particular task and i ended up procrastinating it.
I can relate with this, any time I do, I regret it.

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There are many things that I would do differently if the situation presented itself now, but if I did I'm not sure I would be who I am now or if I would have learned anything about the consequences of making a bad decision. Because I like, love, who I am now I don't know if I really have regrets.

One thing did pop up while I was writing this. There was a time when I was mad at someone, a priest who was one of the kindest people I know, who handled something differently than I thought he should have. And I accused him of being a dog with his tail between his legs. I'll never forget the look of hurt and sadness on his face. What I said to him was so undeserved. So I guess I regret saying things that I wish I hadn't.
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Well this is a tough one. I am looking back at my life and whereas I am grateful for all. I can still look at my failures including succumbing to the influence from my relatives over my career choices by not standing up to them when I needed to and the worst of it some asked me later why I didn't take the course I had desired to study.
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I try really hard to not feel any regret. If I had to think of one, it would be that I wasted time with a useless major in college

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My biggest regret is worrying so much about tomorrow . Because of worry I developed stress disorder and then developed ulcers and depression. I lost quite pretty times of my life. Despite everything stay relaxed and avoid worry. I t will be well.
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Good question. I guess not enjoying my first kids childhood as much as I should have because I was always worried if I was doing things right.

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In a game of purely circular logic, my biggest regret is that I haven't yet learned to live without regrets. I've made a lifetime of choices (some good, some not so good), but they are over now. I aim not to regret, but to learn from them. Here's to accomplishing this.
You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

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I honestly have a lot of regrets, but one of my biggest would be not doing anything with my degree. I am happy with where I am at, but going back to school and working hard for good grades has been for nothing. Add in all the student debt, and it is a big regret. My other regret would be believing in the wrong people. While money lost is never a good thing, time lost is even worse because you can never get that back.
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My biggest regret is how I can't bring myself to forgive those who hurt me. I give chances - I understand that we all make mistakes and people are selfish without realizing it or meaning to but that's about the extent of it. I regret that they're some people I completely ignored after I felt that they began to take me for granted without giving room for explanations, especially considering we had really good moments when we were close.

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