Too Little, Too Late
Arguably, the biggest truth to life is that we are always learning. We learn from our mistakes, we learn from our failures, and we learn from nearly every life experience. When you get to a certain age, however, there are some lessons that you kick yourself for not learning earlier. The key to these frustrating times is to not dwell on the regret for too long and continue life with the lesson learned. Life is too short for regrets!
A person on Reddit asked the community, “What did you learn too late in life?” and we compiled the answers here so that you can learn from them too!
Do any of these sound familiar to you?
That I am capable of success. I spent so long doubting myself and not doing things because I didn’t think I could. (IdPopACapinSancho)
Wear a goddamn rubber. (p1um5mu991er )
I’ve always found it odd that going unprotected once is a serious risk of pregnancy, but couples can try for months for a kid without getting one.
I know a guy who’s done both(DiscoFerry)