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Randomguy2003
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26 Sep 2022, 4:13 pm

I'm in college now, and as I'm getting older and more mature, I start to regret most of the things I've done throughout my life and last summer. In my first year of college, I was still contemplating over my bad years of high school; back in high school, A few kids made fun of autistic people; some kids would call those kids who didn't seem right, "f*****g autistic," I'm sorry, Their words, not mine. Then some kids invited me out, and I thought I would have friends, But I was sure wrong. During that first college year, I was kind of isolated and mainly avoided any and everyone. When I went home that summer, I made some mildly immature choices and acted as if nothing bothered me. I took my brother's skateboard and played with it, Even when I was alone one-weekend spending money on ridiculous things. I want to forget who I once was and move on with my life. I always felt like no one understood me; they all assumed I was just like everyone else. How can I overcome these past life errors and finally be at peace with my past?



kraftiekortie
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26 Sep 2022, 4:16 pm

Learning from your past would go a long way towards "repenting" for your errors.

It doesn't sound like you've done anything major. You just did things that teenagers often do.

Just don't make the same mistakes.



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26 Sep 2022, 4:16 pm

you havent done anything that needs to be remembered or regretted