The most important life lesson we will ever learn, will be from the bad decisions we make. However, those bad decisions present us with the perfect opportunity to improve ourselves.
It is understandable to dwell on our mistakes; to regret them. But do not dwell on them all the time, or for too long. This might be harmful to your emotional health.
You must realise you’re so much more than the worst mistakes you have ever made. The rule is, don’t make the same one TWICE. Doing so might put you on the road to self-destruct.
Some of the most painful things we have experienced, usually teach us the most. Think back to some of the mistakes you made, and consider how they have strengthened your character; how they have shaped your knowledge.
Though we may look back at these mistakes, and thought to ourselves:
How could I have been so naive and stubborn enough to do something that ended up hurting me?
It is good for us to admit our mistakes, and take full responsibility for them. This will gain you respect from your loved ones.
Mistakes can be valuable, but in order for them to be of value, you must be willing to see them as a beneficial/critical part of your life. But once they have been made, you must strengthen your resolve not to repeat them.
People usually make mistakes a lo when it comes to their RELATIONSHIPS, be it marriage, dating or friendship. While others has to do with business decisions or the choices they make for themselves.
Although some mistakes have greater CONSEQUENCES than others, but nonetheless, don’t let those mistakes define you.
Your biggest mistake could end up turning into your greatest victory. You never can tell. But it is very important to grow from the experience.
You don’t have to be a prisoner of your mistakes. Turn every mistake into an opportunity to GROW.