My biggest regret was not caring for you the way I should have. I could have cared about you and your life more. I could have loved you and your life more. I put you second when all along you should have been number one no matter what. You are more important then a truck or a snowmobile or material things and what I did by putting you second was not fair. I’ve ruined what could have been a beautiful marriage. I’ve ruined the best thing that has ever happened to me. I could have committed to church with you long ago but I was too stubborn to see that’s what I should have done. Now I sit here all alone wondering what this plan is that God has for me now. I thought the plan was to spend the rest of my life with you, my angel and if that was it and I ruined it I now know I will spend eternity in hell for it. I see it now Buttercup, I love you I will always love you.
My biggest regret is jumping to conclusions when the love of my life is trying to tell me something he honestly could have hidden from me.
I regret leaving my old job. My new job pays more, but the level of stress is absolutely unbearable. I can’t handle it at all. I don’t know what I’m going to do now.
I smoked crack one time & that’s now going to always be my biggest regret. I helped get my friend clean off it & then 2 years later smoked with her when I was at a very low point.
I regret spending all my time with geeky, awkward, virgin friends and waiting for a “someone special” instead of making effort to meet guys and just casually date in my teens and early twenties.
I’ve always thought some how we would get together again. I have so many memories, but the one I seem to cherish most is our first kiss, over 30 years ago, at a gas station off a very busy highway, southern CA. I was lost and needed directions to your sisters to see you. Guess what, I still feel lost some days. If I knew your were OK, I would feel better, but I do keep telling my self, you are better off without me. Male, 1955 model
I am in love with my former best friend. I regret not leaving my boyfriend for him, but I was afraid. I was afraid of being alone if we didn’t work out, and I knew that I would never be single if I stayed with my boyfriend. I regret this more than anything that I have ever done. I think about my lost chance at true love daily. I know that he will encompass my last thoughts when I leave this world. Female, 29
I’m thinking about it again… I work in the lodging industry and many years ago walked into a place to interview for a simple desk clerk position and was offered the Front Office Manager’s position instead. A position of a life time and I foolishly, stupendously stupidly, turned it down and walked out. I didn’t want to drive across town, I was scared, I didn’t feel as if I was ready, it would’ve been me everyone called when a guest with a problem wants to scream at somebody, a vendor with a problem, excuses, excuses… But in hindsight I was really stupid cause I think I could’ve risen to the challenge. Now all these years later I’m still just a glorified desk clerk, a supervisor without a title and barely making ends meet and the to rub salt in the wound the managers I report to are younger than I am…
I regret getting married to man who dose not show any kind of affection or care. I wish I never got married. I wish I had the courage to leave but I’m afraid of what will happen if I leave. I regret that by being with him I will never have children because he doesn’t want any. I can’t even have a dog. I hate being with him and I want to leave.