life lessons

People Break Down What They Learned About People Because Of The Pandemic
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Let's not mince words here: the COVID-19 pandemic isn't over. While cases and deaths (as of writing) are in a decline, new variants are still appearing and the United States, alone, just passed the 1,000,000 death toll mark.

We're certainly living through a memorable time, memorable in the sense that it's never going to be scoured from our memories no matter how hard we try. There are things we've seen from our fellow man that'll stay with us and lesson we've learned through death tears that will educate us for future generations.

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When it comes to parenting, everybody loves to share thoughts on the ways to do it best. And then everybody loves to share thoughts on how the best way was wrong. Parents only have their instincts to fly on. And that can be a tough navigation. Case in point… Redditor disappointedkiddo198 wanted to discuss their […] More

Boys and men. There are life lessons we learn a little too late.

There is much knowledge to acquire that can make the sail of life a little smoother.

All in all, anybody and everybody could use more advice up front.

Or be given a lesson in how to take advice.

But better late than never.

So pencils up... get ready a lesson in living.

Redditor Himanshubishtt wanted all the gents out there to listen up and take some notes. They asked:

"Men of Reddit, what’s something every guy should know but is rarely taught?"
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Overthinkers Describe The Worst-Case Scenarios They Were Totally Prepared For
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How many people out there overthink things? Quite a few. One study found that 73 percent of adults between the ages of 25 and 35 overthink, as do 52 percent of 45 to 55-year-olds.

Wild, huh?

Well, if you overthink, then you're not alone. Oh, and you're probably well-prepared for some situations that others are not.

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You know when you realize that life just isn't fair? It can be soul crushing. Sure, you might go through things for a while and still retain some degree of optimism but when that moment finally hits you? Oh, it can hurt.

A lot.

It's a wake-up call that changes your perspective on a lot of things. And it's the adult version of what it must be like for a child who has their world shattered when they learn that Santa Claus is just an invention.

There are other realizations that fall into this category, of course. We heard more about those after Redditor obviousplants asked the online community,

"What’s the adult equivalent to finding out Santa isn’t real?"
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