What is the worst decision you ever made?

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  1. Nomascus concolor profile image59
    Nomascus concolorposted 10 years ago

    What is the worst decision you ever made?

    Do you regret it?

  2. grinnin1 profile image68
    grinnin1posted 10 years ago

    Getting married too young and at a time in my life that I had not found my bearings. I regret the decision because of the time it took from my life when I should have been learning, seeing, doing, and enjoying life. On the other hand, I have found the greatest joy of my life in my children from the marriage. So I believe there is always something good to find in the mistakes we make

  3. JSimple profile image60
    JSimpleposted 10 years ago

    Not sticking it out in my marriage 7 years ago.  You live and learn, and I thought I wasn't ready, but that was the worse decision of my life.  I am doing fine, now but should of tried harder and listened to my wife at the time and not gotten a divorce.

  4. bhargvi sharma profile image36
    bhargvi sharmaposted 10 years ago

    To leave my hometown & arriving at this place where the people are full of fakeness non cooperative, selfish, try to criticize others, self centred etc.
    They always try to rule on me saying that its their place. Here i'm so alone having no friends. I really miss my hometown & friends.
    Moreover; I really regret of leaving my hometown & my friends. sad

    1. Laura Schneider profile image87
      Laura Schneiderposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I'm so sorry, bhargvi sharma! It is not that way everywhere in the US (assuming you are referring to the US), I assure you.
      Move to Minnesota--there are warmer reasons to live here than the weather!
      I apologize for my those who have hurt you! Shame!

  5. Laura Schneider profile image87
    Laura Schneiderposted 9 years ago

    The worst decision I ever made was not reporting to authorities an entity's fraud on something that mattered on a national/international scale.

    I regret that "do nothing, see no evil, hear no evil, say no evil" decision to this day, and remember it each time I am faced with acting for the good (at any level) versus standing by with the crowd and doing nothing.


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