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No Regrets

feel sad, repentant, or disappointed over (something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity).

Why do we regret things in life when all it does is drag us down. I'd personally wouldn't want to live a life full of sadness constantly disappointed in decisions that have already happened. Stop looking back on the past it's well, the past.  If all of the so-called horrible things that happened to you didn't happen you wouldn't be where you are right now in this moment.

Yes, your position might not be ideal I know mine isn't but I wouldn't give up what I've learned and done. I may be 23 almost 24 divorced single mom but, I know things that I am glad I know I have the knowledge to live a good life. I'm glad I got married and had a baby I wouldn't know what love is without my son and because of my ex-husband. 

Regretting decisions and choices isn't going to change anything. It's not gonna change the fact that you lost, broke something.  I'm on my way to where I want to be I'm working a great job that is opening up a doorway into my writing career. My son and I are happy in our little 2 bedrooms 1 bath house that I'm looking to buy. I don't plan on renting forever.

I never want to regret again in my life I want to look back and be disappointed in myself. I'm going to live a happy healthy life and be the best me I can.

What's a life without mistakes you're human you're gonna make them nobody is perfect even if they look it some people me included fake it till ya make it.

Honestly, I'm a hot mess if you look it up there is most likely a picture of me right next to the definition. I also would be a hermit if it wasn't for my friends I'd never go out if I wasn't being forced out and believe me when I say I'm laughing at the thought of it happening again. I'm just glad I can acknowledge it.

Acknowledge your flaws know who you are, know if you don't like tomatoes because you think they're slimy.  Know that you have a disability that doesn't define you. Embrace everything that is perfectly imperfect about you. Like I said fake it till you make it if you have to I honestly love that saying. Fake it till you make it is just another way to say have confidence.

So stop Regreting and live your life and do you.

Amanda Rost

Instagram : @EpilepticMom


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