• Yep and they are too numerous to list here and too embarrassing.
  • How else would I learn how to be a better person? :-)
  • Always.
  • yes, I think that is one of the truths of being human. --that we learn from our mistakes.
  • Guilt, yes Regret no because everything happens for a reason
  • I have. And I have become a better person because of them.
  • for almost everything i have done, i feel like everything is my fault even though sometimes is not.
  • Regret? Yes. Guilt? No. The guilt of all of my sin is taken away by the precious blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you and may God bless you. :) -In Jesus' Name.
  • I do and some of them will stay with me for the rest of my life. Some of them even longer then that.
  • Yes, but I keep trying to use it to help me be a better person. And I remind myself that I'm only human and will therefore make mistakes.
  • Unless I am a sociopath/person with Antisocial Personality Disorder, and I am not, then of course I am prone to feeling guilty. Guilt is human. Guilt is a result of conscience and morals, which separate us from savages and beasts. Essentially, the real question should be, HOW guilty do you feel over things you have done? When is it healthy to be guilt free? When is it ok to drown in feelings of guilt?
  • oh look, I don't think we'd be human if we didn't have some regrets. I try to live life with no regrets, and so far I think I'm doing pretty well!! You just have to live everyday as it comes and worry about the rest later. Life is too shirt for regrets, just do as much as you can and you will be great!
  • I submit that nobody ever does anything they believe is wrong or bad for them. Every time we are called upon to make a decision we decide based on all the information we are willing to consider. It is only later, when new information becomes available, that we decide our earlier decision should have been different. But this isn't fair. It's not fair because that feeling of regret is based on information that wasn't available at the time we originally made the decisions. I buy a stock today based on either a friendly tip or a detailed study of the stock. Tomorrow something in the news makes the stock go down. I've lost money and feel badly. But I didn't know and had no way of anticipating that particular bad news. So why should I feel badly? Or guilty? Think about it. You have never made a mistake in your life. You have only become aware that earlier decisions which were thought to be valid, and were valid at the time they were made, are now discovered to have poor consequences...but the poor consequences are based on after-discovered information.
  • Absolutely. It's my like my life has turned out to be one big regret.
  • Yes I do because looking backI hurt people when I should have been more sensitive
  • Yes I feel guilt as my conscience works quite well. And for some of the things I've done, I do have regrets, especially if I hurt others.

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