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I think everyone has that one thing or incident that they wanted to change but cannot and are still regretting about it . Let me know yours
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Not sleeping rati rati and reading and replying post like this..
Not leaving a toxic relationship earlier! Repeated the regret twice. Lol
My only regret is looking for regrets in life! Throughout my teenage years, up until my mid twenties, I would look for regrets in life and turn myself into dukhi-aatma. I would spend my time thinking what I have achieved in life (nothing!) and what will I do in life (that too nothing!). It’s funny how young age frustration hits us for no reason. I am in early thirties now. It took me years to understand life isn’t about regrets – it is what it is. It’s not about destiny it’s about the journey!
If you learn to be happy with things you have, you’ll excel automatically in life by just doing what you are doing. Don’t think about what you have achieved in life so far or if you made any mistakes. In a society like ours where we live with our parents, up until you are 25 years or so you just do what you are supposed to do – study, try out new things, work if you want/need to, follow a hobby if you can, make good friends, and explore! That’s it. The effort you put all those years will reap the fruit later. If you think you need to figure out everything in life, you are wrong. Most of the people in the world just do things as they occur. Figuring out things, your path, and your future is not what most people can do. Life has too many variables to control our destiny. All you can do is engage in things you like and enjoy today!
i really regret not using those lockdown days fruitfully. spent the whole 3 months mindlessly scrolling on socials, compared myself to everyone and eventually ended up in a really dark place. ended up deleting everything and isolating myself. man, i hate thinking about it. i still haven’t recovered.
RANDOM: I asked an AI image generator to create an image to represent “REGRETS,” this is what I got.
dropping outa college and doing nothing for three freakin years. Although I was younger and had crippling depresssion, I guess that’s just me trying to justify my actions and find solace.
staying in my home place for +2, adjusting for others and not speaking up
Not fucking ex
Was too focused on my work, and building my life here in US, and missed the opportunity to be with my mom before she passed away. She had terminal illness, so I used to frequent to Nepal/India multiple times a year. During her final stages, I thought we had time, and I could travel next week but I procrastinated it for about a month.
When I wanted to, I had complications with my flights due to COVID requirements. I had to reach Nepal after my mom’s passing.
Never going to forgive myself for this. Ever. Losing someone close to you gives you a completely different perspective in life, that I don’t wish on anyone. A part of me has died, I doing really well when it comes to the general metrics of how you should be doing as an adult, but I’m not fully happy, ever.
I always miss and think of her, it’s been more than 2 years. Hug the people who love you guys – don’t take them for granted.
Joining shit school and clg
Not learning to drive in nepal now i can’t afford it here
joining DAV for bachelors
chya ma chini vanera nun halexu
Talking to random people and taking their disrespect as a joke
I think not going abroad after 12 pass
Being loyal to your company
Coming back to Nepal 🇳🇵 after staying in the US for 7 years ..
Chosing India over US for bachelor’s.
Bachelor Nepal ma padhnu.
Studying architecture. Fuck that
Not being flexible, not being able to accept things as offered by life , being intensely involved in events of life
wasting time in regretting
Not having any regret is my biggest regret.
Not beating up the people who gave me a hard time.
Choosing Tribhuvan University instead of Tribhuvan Airport.
Really speaking I regret getting birth. None asked for my permission, they just dropped me like a chickens egg and told now you gotta surilvive in this place worse than hell. Life fr. Getting birth; didn’t asked and about dying; I gotta ask or look for my family. Aww man this sucks.
There are 195 countries in the world I was born in NEPAL.
Feeling looser and this waking up in nights
Making so many stupid financial decisions. Not big ones. Small and moderate ones, but a lot of them.
wasted a year for foreign study visa and not doing any productive work then & in covid times.
Choosing engineering instead of csit
was in a toxic relationship and finally had the guts to leave her about 4 months ago and i think i regret leaving her bc she’s posting my pics on her socials gaining sympathy and seeing all those comments from people saying “you deserve better sis. he’s a loser” makes me feel i should’ve sacrificed my happiness and never broke up with her. she’s literally victimizing atp and i feel horrible seeing people judge me
Not working hard or not working toward my goals at all ,
not studying enough
Knowingly wasting time on my phone during exam
not making enough mistakes
My biggest regret would be choosing usa over australia after high school. Apart from me my friends applied for australia and went there and i was waiting for i20 from university because of shitty consultancy i missed two intakes and now stucked here in nepal.
nepal ma janmiye
Not fucking my first gf even though she wanted me to fuck her. That should be my biggest regret. I had the fear that she might bring up the topic of marriage later on kina bhane virgin thiyo ni tyo. Ani dherai complications bhayo and then bad breakup. Still haunts me.
Why do u want to know abt regrets whicj are not yours that through social platform. I am sure u uave urs, go through them, think abt improvements nd have better life ahead. Nosy kinds are one of the reasons why this country is failing.
Not saying good bye to my uncle before he left he died of covid in a month
Can’t even talk about it publicly
But yeah that one
Not giving my total commitment to my 2nd chances when people around me believed in me
I have “Live a life of no Regrets” written on my room’s wall but every single moment of life is what i regret apart from the time spent with my friends and family
Mobile xorne madhise la nalakheteko.
living life regretting lol
Not fucking my ex
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