What do you regret more something you have done, or not doing something?

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What do you regret more something you have done, or not doing something?

Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
I was reading some of the excellent comments on my other discussion, What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you? . It made me think of this topic and I'd be interested in what people have to say about it!
08/02/2013
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Ansley Ansley
I have a few really minor regrets in life (like breaking up with my husband early on in our relationship b/c I thought we'd never be where I wanted us to be in life), but there's nothing that I seriously regret not doing and/or doing.

(I bet you're starting to hate my answers, aren't you? )

I like who I am, I like where my life is and if a chance presents itself for something exciting or unique, I always weigh the outcomes very thoroughly. I have this silly habit of making lists in my head and trying to determine if it's going to land me in hot water or if it'll be the best thing that ever happens to me. There's a lot of things I've passed up on in life because I didn't like the potential negatives but everything I've gone through has made me who I am.
08/02/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Ansley
I have a few really minor regrets in life (like breaking up with my husband early on in our relationship b/c I thought we'd never be where I wanted us to be in life), but there's nothing that I seriously regret not doing and/or ...
Since I am usually the person answering the way you do, I can hardly be upset with your answers, can I? Seriously though, I enjoy your answers because they are the truth, you give it thought before answering and you don't give me unhelpful, uninteresting answers such as, "I agree" or just repeating what you answered in a poll! Regardless of what you say and whether or not I agree, I appreciate your answers (though admittedly, I don't think we've disagreed yet).

You know, I often don't tell my answer until after several comments have already been posted because I don't always have a good answer, such as for this one. I don't have any true regrets I can think of just now. Maybe some will come to me later, but I don't want my uninteresting answer to tank the discussion, so I usually hold off.
08/02/2013
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
Since I am usually the person answering the way you do, I can hardly be upset with your answers, can I? Seriously though, I enjoy your answers because they are the truth, you give it thought before answering and you don't give me unhelpful, ...
I'm often the first to answer discussions and I don't always like to be for that very reason. There truly is something magical about turning 30, all of a sudden the world's opinions seem to mean less when it comes to things like this but I think it's still a great way to find camaraderie and friendly faces in a sometimes cruel world.
08/05/2013
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