What would you change If you could get a "do over" on a relationship in the past?
If you could go back in time and change something you did in the past for a different outcome, what would it be and why?
I would treasure the moments, rather than looking for what I didn't think I had.
I would be less needy. When I was young, I tended to define myself by whomever I was partnered with instead of being my own person. That is a common but huge mistake. I outgrew it but some never do.
I wouldn't leave. I always regretted moving on when I never should have.
I won't change anything, I do not regreat my decision. Sometime the right decision to make, might not be the most pleasant decision, but iif we turn back time, I won't do it any differently.
I would have broken up with him before he broke up with me. It would have saved us a couple months and a lot of pain. I'm much happier now and I wish I could have started that sooner.
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by words cocktail 8 years ago
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