how many people wish they could turn the clock back?

United States
May 5, 2008 4:42pm CST
how many of out there wish you could go back in time and do something in your life all over again or start from the beginning. you know fix the thing you can not change now because it has happened already. like maybe if you go back and do things differently in life would it be better worse or the same.
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@Ravenladyj (22937)
• United States
5 May 08
Even though there have been many things in my life that have truly been horrid..I have no desire to go back and change ANYTHING...Everything that I've seen and done as well as had done to me regardless of how awful, has all been key to me being the woman I am today and I would never want to NOT be that woman..So no I dont wish I could turn back the clock..
@agfarm (930)
• United States
5 May 08
Time waits for no One.......I do not regret any experiences I have had. Every experience in Life Helps/Makes us Grow. But What I can Do is Think about the time that Stood still for Me. And that Was On my Wedding Day. When I knew I would Be Married to My Husband 4-ever. I have no regrets , I am Lucky , Because this is how I see Life. I have ups and downs just Like everyone else. But I am waiting to make new Memories with My Family. I am Curious about this Topic you Chose......... What are you Harboring , which ( By your tone ) ( I can Feel what you're Thinking even though I don't see the words ) Can you please expound on what you would Change. And why has it Brought you to this decision? I am Rogue.......and I AM....................
@megumiart (3781)
• United States
5 May 08
I think everyone wishes there are things in life they could change, but I don't think we should. I think people should take all the events in their life and learn and grow from them.
@golfproo (1841)
• Canada
5 May 08
Hi There, That seems like an easy question but is in fact very difficult. There are some things about my life and past I would liek to change, but that would interfere with other things that I really like. For instance, I wish I never met my ex-wife...but I got 2 great kids out of it. All in all I would have to say I would not change things. I have too many good things! cheers,
• India
5 May 08
Great question i wish i had turned the clock 4 years earlier so that i could have finished my B.tech on time and also made some girl friends in the college! I think everyone wants to do this.
@katsmeow1213 (29047)
• United States
5 May 08
I have thought about it, but if given the choice I wouldn't. The point in my life that really through me off track happened when I was sixteen. I did something I shouldn't have, got pregnant, and got kicked out of my home. After that I was not able to go to college or finish high school. Now I am struggling financially, and have had to learn many things the hard way. But when I really think about it, I know that I wouldn't want to change any of that. First, I wouldn't have my son, and I can't imagine that! Second, I never would have met my husband. We met when I was 19 while working at a fast food place. If I were in college going for a degree I probably would not have worked there, or wouldn't have interest in someone who worked there. Having not met my husband I wouldn't have my four other children. These are the things important in my life, my family. Money means nothing, so I am happy things worked out the way they did.