AskReaders: What did you learn too late in life?

August 19, 2016
Comments (5)
  1. Stone says:

    I can sum up all but #11 up with, “When you’re a** deep in alligators, it’s hard to remember your initial objective was to drain the swamp. To #11….Colin Hay’s ‘Waiting For My Real Life To Begin’.

  2. Beezkneez says:

    Question everything. Take nothing you are told by anyone as gospel until you have done your own research and come to your own conclusion.
    Any idea that cannot withstand a cursory challenge wasn’t that strong an idea to begin with.

  3. Rob says:

    Everyone is different and People change all the time. Just because someone used to be your friend does not mean they will stay your friend as both of you change and life moves on. This also means that you will not always make friends with everyone you meet. This is okay and there is nothing wrong when two people just don’t “click”. The world has billions of people in it with trillions of life experiences, likes and dislikes, and you can’t expect that you will work well with every person you meet.

  4. Jibberish18 says:

    Trust NO ONE. Now I’m not saying necessarily not to hand your trust to anyone. Just know that the people you FULLY trust should be VERY few and that everyone including those very few can and probably will at some point surprise and/or disappoint you. You should also start at a 0% trust rating. Rather than give someone 100% trust and watch it deteriorate overtime, give someone 0% and let them work up to 100% (again which very few people should ever achieve). Trust me this will save you a lot of things including money, time and most of all heartache.

    1. Jibberish18 says:

      I just realized I told you to “trust me” in my last post. Don’t do it!!! Lol.

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