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Q02

Is there something that you wish you had done differently this past year? Alternatively, is there something you're especially proud of from this past year?

I wish I had spent more time with my kids. I wish I had yelled at them less. I wish I had organized my life. I wish I had eaten healthier.

Wish I spent less time worrying and more time being present. Proud of my roles as a lead and teacher. proud of my new involvement/scholarship/membership in AFTA.[American Family Therapy Academy] proud of new trainings

I wish I had stood up for myself more. I am proud of every time I did.

I always wish I can find a way to gain control over my own life. I wish I was more mindful, even though I believe I've made leaps and bounds since last year, and its only in the recent months that I've made significant improvements. I am proud of these strides I've made. I am learning to give less of a shit.

wish I had not strived so hard to be perfect in every aspect. I waste so much time doing too much. I burn out, and, by the time second semester rolled around, I didn't want to go back to school. I need to have more "me" time, and stop pleasing everyone.

I am extremely proud that I graduated with two degrees, made the best friends of my life, and landed my dream job. In one year, I wonder if any of those things will matter or still hold true.

I am most proud of the fact that I finally did what I had to do to get my health (such as it is) back. It's hard work to stay here in the healthy zone now that I've managed to get here. But that I'm here at all is a feat in and of itself. I do wish I'd buckled down and did it sooner, but that's my bad angel talking trash.

This was my first full year as a Jew since I converted right before Rosh Hashanah last year. I wish I had taken some more time for myself and my faith this year. I wish I had asked more questions, prayed more and hadn't taken my congregation for granted. Now that I have moved away from them, I miss their love, faith and companionship everyday. Alternatively, I'm especially proud of becoming a pseudo step mom. The transition hasn't been easy but I love Elijah and being his "mom" is so rewarding. It has helped me learn more patience and to see the world through his eyes is exciting and inspiring.

I'm proud of learning a new way of being.

I really wish I had found love. I wish I had been okay being alone. I'm proud I stuck in there.

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