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Re: Do you ever read your posts from years ago...

Postby spacegirl » Sun Feb 19, 2017 3:16 pm

snail wrote:I think the main thing that strikes me is how I was often intensely preoccupied about something - a relationship, a work situation - that didn't last and wasn't really that important. I wish I'd kept in mind at the time that it might not turn out to be as important as I thought it was.


Absolutely snail - crazy how your life priorities change, but at the time it was so important.
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Re: Do you ever read your posts from years ago...

Postby snail » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:46 pm

Good to see you, Spacegirl :D Yes, that's still something I try to remind myself of now.

It's really useful that the site with all the people's posts on is here - if it really were someone's own personal diary they would probably have deleted it all!
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Re: Do you ever read your posts from years ago...

Postby highlandcow » Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:13 am

Odd that I should find this post on the day I decide to come back to PP! My most active post was when my ex finished our relationship in 2012. Yikes was I over the top about that. What a waste of energy that was! I'm kinda tempted to re read it but I know I'll just end up cringing into next year!
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