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“If I knew then what I know now“...I find myself saying this more often than I’d like to admit and thought it would make for an interesting discussion...
So, If you did know then, what you do know now, what wisdom would you like to share with your former self?

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      Monika Morris wrote Jun 8, 2009
    • Wait!  Slow down there is plenty of time!

      I acted on impulse and everything was “OMG gotta do it now“.




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      Terri Quinn wrote Jun 8, 2009
    • Mine would be if I knew then what I know now I wouldn’t of let the cruel word’s and taunting and teasing of my school peer’s hurt me like it did.

      I was teased all though school because I was tall then too,because I have big eye’s,because of my maiden name(Smart).Although I treated others with kindness I was always done this way and I spent countless night’s crying myself to sleep ,wondering what I had done so wrong to be done this way. Wondered what was wrong with me.

      I carried this hurt and heartache all the way up until 2000 and I graduated from high school in ‘79. Word’s can haunt us and that it was it did to me.  

      I had read my Bible before but in 2000 I learned that there wasn’t anything wrong with me ,that the reason that those kid’s hurt me was because they had been hurt themselves so they wanted to inflict pain on others.God opened my eye’s and healed my heart that had been holding this for so long.

      In spite of the hurt they caused me I didn’t allow it to make me a bitter person ,but to make me a better person. I try to take it as something that made me stronger and made me who I am.




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      Cheryl wrote Jun 8, 2009
    • Don’t be in such a hurry to experience life.
      Take your time, learn all you can. Go to college.
      Make more friends. Get to know lots of different kinds of people. Appreciate what everyone has to offer.
      Really listen more than talk.
      Have more patience with children. Take more time to teach them things.
      Life does get better with age.
      Take better care of your body.  Lose the weight while you are young and it is easier to take off!




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      Polliwogg wrote Jun 8, 2009
    • Don’t mary the first guy that asks you.




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