@miacol64 · Updated 12 Oct. 2020
Mine was dating a physical and emotional abuser.
@RyanM · Posted 12 Oct. 2020
The biggest mistake I ever made, was not forgiving my cousin before he passed away. We got in a bit fight like 10 years ago. Of all things, it was about a girl we both liked. I won't go into details, but we stopped being friends at that point. He was like a best friend too. He died a few years ago from a drug overdose. I guess he got addicted to some stuff and overdosed one night. He was with his girlfriend, but she was passed out and didn't hear him.
We didn't speak, and I hate that we never sorted it out. It was all a dumb situation. I didn't just lose a best friend, I lost a family member. That's the biggest mistake I have made, not forgiving someone ages ago. So please, if you're having a fight with family or friends, try to work it out, because you never know what might happen years down the line.
Godwin Oladele I write content
@Writelord · Posted 13 Oct. 2020
My biggest mistake was not pursuing professional football as a kid.
Growing up, I lived around the biggest football stars in my country at the time. They hosted soccer events every once in a while, and I often took the spotlight.
Then I enrolled in a high school with a standard soccer pitch. I literally played football every day of my life.
One day, someone offered to take me to a football academy. I refused because I thought it wasn't my dream. I think about it a lot because I realized I should have given it a try at least. Who knows, it may have changed my life completely.
@Mathews · Updated 13 Oct. 2020
I'm with Ryan, if you are having beef with your friends or loved ones, it's better to sort things out before it's too late to do so if you don't want to live in regrets for the rest of your life. I had a little beef with a cousin over a little matter. I refused to pick his countless calls on numerous occasions for almost 2 years. Just when I was ready to mend things and call him, I got a call from another cousin that he passed away from colon cancer. To tell you I was beyond shocked is an understatement. To this day, Im still reeling from that stupid mistake and having a hard time forgiving myself at the same time. That call about his death woke me up to the hard truth that you should never let something inconsequential to get between you and your beloved ones.
@Pizzafan2020 · Posted 13 Oct. 2020
For me it was probably back in High School. I had a crush on a girl I really liked and then I waited too long to ask her out. By then she was already with a guy and then she got married as well. It sucked at the time but it also helped me become more confident and asking a girl out right away that I really like. The worst she can say is no right? And that way you'll know if she's interested or not.
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@debkatz78 · Posted 15 Oct. 2020
I feel like, overall, my biggest mistake was wasting time. I have had opportunities when I was in my late teens and early 20s to really do some stuff with my life. I could have easily started up websites, had an online presence, and really dived into my interests of the time and made a living from it. Instead, I wasted about 7 years on two failed relationships where I focused more on them than myself and my future.
Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 12 Oct. 2020
The biggest mistake i did was ditching my business for a job back in 2011. I dropped my tech business and chose to get a 9 - 5 job which ended a couple of years later. My friends who held onto their businesses are now doing well. Even the guy to whom i sold the business, is doing better than me now. I wish i held on longer! But its a good lesson learned.
@ssonalese · Posted 13 Oct. 2020
My biggest mistake was not dumping my ex-boyfriend who almost got me killed in a fatal car accident a few years ago sooner. I'm glad that I'm still alive.