Are there many teenagers on this site?
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@Caitlin thank you kindly.
@Ray I agree fully, maturity comes with experience whether it comes over a 10 year span or a 50 year span. And age gaps in relationships are somewhat controversial, I pretty open mined when it comes to older/younger partners but I most closely relate to people in my own generation. Not prejudice just personal taste.
i am 20 and not a teenager (my parents are constantly reminding me of this), but i still feel like one. i made a lot of stupid mistakes when i was younger and was ashamed of them for a while. they were lessons learned though and now i do not regret them. had i not made all those mistakes, i would probably not be on the same journey i am on right now!
There are lots of teenagers on here. I am 22, and used to kinda stereotype high school aged people as immature, because often times they are… Then I found High Existence and got impressed by multiple. I am not much of a regreter but I wish my younger self could have realized that people are nothing to fear. Oh well, I realized it eventually anyway :)
im 18, and never really felt like a teenager. I’ve done my fair share of stupid things but I was always and still am the maturest one out of all my friends.
sometimes i wonder if i should’ve not been so responsible and mature.. and maybe that way i would’ve had more fun while i was young. but all and all i don’t regret anything.
teenagers have a such a bad rap now-a-days and i completely understand it and they deserve it, i just wish i could’ve been excluded from the stereotype.
I’m 19. So still a teenager for another 6 months. I am amazed at all the posts declaring regret-free life! It’s inspiring if it is true.
I certainly do regret certain things I’ve said or done, but I’m in a place where I can look back on them and realize they had a purpose. In retrospect most things make sense and I can appreciate them regardless of the pain or disaster that ensued.
I believe it is and always will be a process when it comes to regret. Everyone will have regrets. It just a matter of whether you choose to throw them away and forget or dwell on them day and night.
I’m 18, almost 19. I regret letting petty problems consume a large amount of time in my teenage years. I made mistakes but they allow me to be a better me. Each year I understand life a bit better and I continue to look forward to the future and the discoveries I will make.