Sorry to hear that. Bullying is a real issue in the school system and everywhere else.
Lesson learned for next time
You’re never late for anything. The important thing is to never give up.
I didn't finish college the first time around. I ran out of money and some other bad stuff was going on in my life that derailed me. I went back to school at night even though I had a wife and kids and got my degree. I started a new career at 41. I worked with computer networks. It was good money and I liked it. Now I am teaching Computer Science at the local college. I finally figured out what I wanted to be when I grew up. I guess what I want you to know is that it is never too late.
@exitseven thank you exit seven, that is encouraging
Please remember that failure is not an option.
I get that. We all been there at some point.
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Culture put way too much pressure on the age when someone loses their virginity. I don’t think it really proves anything.
Yep I'd say you summed it up perfectly, of course it's easy for people to feel insecure or depressed when they feel behind sexually since it's expected for people to start being sexually active or having lost their virginity in high school, their teens or by beginning of 20s at least, sadly I don't see that culture ever going away
I’m sorry this happened to your son. Don’t be too hard on yourself. I hope he’s okay and if he is, I wish you can forget it happened but also learn from it. Mothers have golden hearts.
It's okay, it happened 10 years ago, but still bothers me.His mother is many things, but not really known for her heart.
Why? You never saw him again?
Because I would have my chance of talking to him in private. No, I never saw him again. :(
Mmm that sucks
Yes it does. And it hurts too. :(
Lesson learned for next time.
Well, there won't be next time.
I’m sorry this happened to you. You did nothing wrong. But who am I to say. I can’t imagine being on the receiving end. Sorry.
Who’s that if you don’t mind sharing?
Lesson learned man. Keep your head up.
An ex I’m assuming?
That’s your regret?
Yeah, I don't like struggling to become nothing, I hate pain, loneliness, being unwanted and unloveable but most of all I hate being ugly and forced to live with this ugly face I was cursed with.
Take it easy bro. We’re ourselves harshest critics. Please seek help if you need it. There’s no shame in that.
I've been called ugly my entire life, I began to agree with everyone, so everyone else was a critic before I joined them.
Why is that a regret? Would you mind sharing?
Benefits and I could have done it at the age of 38
So retiring from the navy is your biggest regret and not “not retiring”?
No I didn’t retire and I wish I had
In other words I didn’t stay in long enough
Oh okay okay
You’re 17. You got your whole life in front of you little bro. You can still live up to your full potential.
Personal reasons, just know the problem with this regret wasn't the university, it was me.
Whatever the reason, I hope you feel better now.