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It is just a truth about life that money is an essential for survival. So we try to hoard and save as much as we can. That's why it can be stroke inducing when funds are depleted, especially because we trusted the wrong people to help us with growing our prosperity.

Redditor u/Miserable-Tea-1836 wanted to hear about what NOT to do when it comes to controlling wealth by asking..... What's the worst piece of financial advice somebody has given you?
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We all did some stupid things when we were kids.

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One consistent sad truth about life is that for just about every person, life is often full of regrets. There are far too many shoulda, coulda, wouldas moments that will haunt many of us until our last breaths. Regret is a hard pill to swallow, but we must never allow it to impede our future. Starting today lets make the goal going forward be that we will make the most of every second and opportunity. And when we feel like we're regressing, we will learn form the past of ourselves and others.

Redditor u/damnthispandemic wanted people to discuss the moments in life they wish they could do over, in hopes the rest of us do better by asking.... What's one thing you deeply regret?
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Hindsight is 20/20. It seemed like a good idea at the time. I was young and stupid in this days.

However people put it into words, we've all done things we regret. And regret comes in a variety of flavors.

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We all want to be good people. We all want to help. At least I pray that's true. The problem, is that sometimes we can get burned when we help or step up. The old adage... "no good deed goes unpunished," well that's a true story. But that is the risk one takes when one is doing the Lord's work. If you feel an impulse to do good for others and help brighten the day of another, do it. If it turns out to be a big disaster... talk to reddit about it.

Redditor u/enho224 wanted to see who needed to share about the times they wish they hadn't gone as above and beyond by asking..... Redditors, was there a time when you helped someone, and you ended up regretting it?
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