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What is the one thing you have done that you are the most ashamed of?

  1. GDiBiase profile image80
    GDiBiaseposted 6 years ago

    What is the one thing you have done that you are the most ashamed of?

  2. jirel profile image68
    jirelposted 6 years ago

    I once got mad at my mother in front of my elders.I am most ashamed of it.I should have controlled myself.

  3. almalibre profile image60
    almalibreposted 6 years ago

    It's not what I have done, but what I have not done that I am most ashamed of. I'm ashamed of all the times I didn't enjoy my life as it is or all of the big opportunities that I threw away because I was too scared to follow them through. I'm most ashamed of the time that I had the chance to share my feelings with the person I love and I never did. Live life without fear!

  4. Cherrietgee profile image78
    Cherrietgeeposted 6 years ago

    I was bullied by a group of girls in 6th grade. They did the typically "mean girl' stuff and succeeded in making my life miserable. For an entire year, I was ridiculed and picked on, and I never knew what I did to get on their bad side. I continued to go to school with those same girls throughout junior high and high school.

    I was suddenly and mysteriously brought back into their fold when we started high-school. I never knew why they changed their minds, but I was happy to have friends again.

    A new girl transferred into the school, and the same girls where were mean to me for no reason picked on the other girl. I had to admit that she was a little homely, and what not, but she really was a sweet girl. Unfortunately, I was all to familiar with what it felt like to be without friends. I didn't want to risk being alone again, so I joined forces with those girls and did to her what they had done to me.

    To this day, I wish I could find that girl and apologize for terrorizing her.

 
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