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What do you consider as the worst mistake of your life? Did you get a chance to repair it?

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I would have to say leaving my first husband, the father of my children.

In hinesight, it made no difference swapping partners, as each relationship has its problems.

They are just a different set of problems, and because this man was decent and kind, I think this was the worst mistake of my life.
by Finy
I didn't read what you first wrote!!!

I just went straight to writing to answer the question.
When I saw your answer, ''wow''.
Me thinks we have a great deal in common.
by jonaj
Leaving my first husband.

I can't say too much but even though we were no longer the most in-love couple........
the damage it did was very very bad......I should just have just stayed, and some how to work on it, at least till my two boys at the time were much much older.
I live with that guilt every single day for the last 27 years.

Hurting the man that I love and a friend I could have loved.
by Vee
I regret too things equally: A break and enter I committed when I was 15 - it hurt two of the most important people in my life, and not going to the hospital sooner when I was sick a couple of years ago.
In an ideal world we should live with no regrets.
This is reality and my biggest mistake was hurting my last partner , this resulted in an instant break up
No discussion just OVER which is fair enough due to the circumstances.
Knowing he will not forgive or forget this day is very sad thought

by Zen
No regrets, I believe that we all do our best with the knowledge, wisdom and understanding we hand at the time. I have no ability to impact the past so looking back and wishing for different is not a good use of my time. I can take the lessons from the experience and apply my wisdom to the here and now to create a better future. Woulda, coulda, shoulda are mantras that I let go of a long time ago.
Going on this website I love it
Getting married. If I'd listened to my parents I wouldn't have got married and better off financially too. One lives and learns.
Got married.
If I could've put an 'old head' on 'young shoulders' I'd be better off.

But as in many things, one does the best as possible, with the knowledge, & circumstances at the time, & in my case, the circumstances, unfortunately, were extremely traumatic.
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