What according to you is the worst decision that u think u took in life?

November 24, 2007 4:45pm CST
What do you think according to you is the biggest mistake or worse decision that u took in ur life due to which your life is not what it could have been? Please be honest... Mine was taking up a wrong job (financial field) which i could have avoided and could have been better with my relevant field of job which is tech field.
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@kykidd (6819)
• United States
24 Nov 07
I would have to say if I had any regrets it would be not joining the Air Force. I was determined for 6 years that was what I would do when I graduated high school. Instead I went to Tech School so I could stay local, think it was because I wanted to be with my bf at the time. Either way, we can't should on ourselves, we just have to live life with our choices and learn from our mistakes.
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@juhiram (187)
3 Dec 07
mine was taking group as MPC in my inter as i am weak at maths that i am not much clear at that time and slowly i am forced to do Engineering hmmm now facing problems .... if i have taken Bipc then it may give good future i think.
@mansha (6301)
• India
1 Dec 07
I think that was refusing a job as a headmistress in a very prestigious school ten yeqars back. I didn't had kids then and was just wasting time roaming around with my hubby being there on his beck and call and now he says as he has spent most of our savings on educating his brother, we do not have enough to raise our own kids. His family does not recognise his sacrifice and his brother is hardly on speaking terms with him. So in all I think what a wastew that I ever agreed to help him out. I should have mnade a career for myself and saved, instead of pinning to be with him all the time. Now was the time I could have reaped the rewards of my hardwork back then I just wasted seven years of my life when I could have worked. He is in a transferable job so I just could never pick up a job as we were moving around a lot and now time has passed.
@AD11RGUY (1266)
• United States
25 Nov 07
I, like you, think it is my vocational career choice. Where as I am right about cars getting more and more popular, I didn't see the pay for mechanics and technicians getting smaller and smaller. Should of put up with the b.s. politics in college and finished my engineering degree. Hindsight is 20/20 and of course, the grass is always greener on the other side. Come on lotto!