If you could go back in your life with the knowledge you have now,
what time of your life would you relive again the same and which would you change?
I would relive college for sure. I can't do anything about high school since that was a choice my parents made, but I made a really bad choice when I chose a college (Susquehanna University).
I would do my late 20s the same, living in a large college town and having the time of my life.
I'd relive high school and come out so much better off with less emotional pain. With the knowledge I have today, I would breeze through high school because I would not let others opinions define me And--this time I would actually study.
I was like most teenagers, way too concerned about what others thought about me. I would reach out more and when a guy broke up with me, rather than it being the end of the world, I would know another would come along.
I would relax! None of the stuff I worried about (grades, colleges, being the best) really mattered. The more time I spent nurturing personal relationships, the sooner I'd be glad to apply myself to the hard stuff that really matters.
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