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  •  Yes I am with David on this, one has to accept (1+ / 0-)
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    their past, the choices they have made in the past, come to terms with their past , and be willing to admit they made some errors in judgment or have a few regrets.

    But I found this is easier to do and more common as the years go by. I am much more open to admitting some of my mistakes and errors in my past along with some bad decisions I made now than when I was in my 20s to early 30s.   I became more self analytical the older I got.  I was able to look back with more clarity and be more objective in my 40s and now in my 50s than I was ever able to do when I was younger.

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    by wishingwell on Thu Feb 07, 2013 at 02:36:48 AM PST

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