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March 15, 2010

Thomas writes:  My biggest mistake was pushing away my family.  I’ve done many hurtful things to the people that least deserved to get hurt.  I was greedy, selfish, and a manipulator towards them.  All they wanted from me was to be an honest son but I could not do it.  If I could go back [..]

March 15, 2010

Curt writes:  My perception of a mistake is that it is neither good nor bad because for me every time a door closes, a window opens.  But for the sake of a lesson I’ll tell of one such “mistake”.  In 2006, I was supposed to live with my brother all summer in Alberta.  He’s a [..]

January 27, 2010

Marc writes: One mistake that I’ve made on a consistent basis was being disrespectful. To whom?…. My mother, father, close friends and so on. As much as I knew I was being rude, I just wouldn’t get it. With this mistake comes many lessons to come. I noticed that the same pattern that I created [..]

January 27, 2010

Steve writes: One of my biggest mistakes in life is not building a close relationship with my father. As I got older and more into my drug use we really drifted apart. When I was 20 years old he passed away from cancer. I will never be able to have that close relationship that I [..]

December 8, 2009

Tom writes: I’ve made several mistakes in my twenty seven years on this earth but none stand out to me as much as the mistake I made when I was thirteen.  I was living with my father, in Newfoundland, at the time and the people who I considered friends were starting to pick on me [..]

December 8, 2009

Anonymous writes: My addiction became the only way to deal with life.  The ways of life for me were to hurt my family, hurt my friends, hurt others, and hurt myself.  The work that I did for my addiction was to steal, lie, cheat, spend earned money, and to rob.  My experience in rehabs and [..]

December 8, 2009

Chris writes: I believe that one of my biggest mistakes is taking my life for granted.  I put no value to my time and procrastinated on all the important things in life that really matter.  For example, my family, my health, my friends and many more things that I can carry on about.   I’ve [..]

December 8, 2009

Aaron writes: There was a period of time when I was nineteen years of age, my mother broke up with my father.  My part to play in this is that I had resented the fact my mother did what she did and because I felt so hurt inside.  I took advantage of her and began [..]

September 14, 2009

Tom writes: Before coming into this program I was living in homeless shelters and on the street for two years.  I had no job, no real friends and no desire to live honestly.  My life was a living hell with no purpose at all; I would wake up every morning and have absolutely nothing to [..]

September 14, 2009

Rob writes: If I were to describe my life today in one word it would be “purposeful”.  Today I believe in a purpose driven life.  This is how I view life today but it wasn’t how I viewed it not too long ago.  My life before this belief was filled with very little purpose.  In [..]

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