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What is the best advise you NEVER took?


What advise has someone given you that you NOW wish you would have taken? Perhaps we don't really EVER take anyone's advise, or DO we? If we don't, should we? What is your experience?

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MizBejabbers says

18 months ago
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    Billie Kelpin 18 months ago

    Ah, a rough turn of events, MizB. I am very envious of "what might have been" had my first husband not left. Our home would have been paid for 15 years ago. We would have had a nice retirement. Now my 2nd husband and I scrape along. I understand :)

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Kylyssa Shay (Kylyssa) says

18 months ago
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    Billie Kelpin 18 months ago

    All's well that ends well ! I married two men who were the oldest of six and both science-y. Exactly how many oldest of sixes could there be in my tiny circle? How does that happen? Both are good men - the first one up until he left (giggle).

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Lisa HW says

18 months ago
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    KatyWhoWaited 18 months ago

    Lisa! You're Hilarious! I thought I was the poster child for getting unsolicited advice. I swear we must have signs around our necks. Just 2 days ago, a dear friend showed me a GRAPH he made about MY stuck emotions! He's not even my husband!


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Penny Godfirnon (Penny G) says

18 months ago
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    KatyWhoWaited 18 months ago

    That's a great deal to go through. I had 8 miscarriages after the birth of my daughter, Bethany. The last was when I was 40. I'm grateful no doctor ever siad to "give up" even though each loss was difficult. You sound joyous with the outcome,Penny


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