I was under the assumption that if I could go back to my childhood I would also be able to go back to any point in time I wished. See if I HAD to go back to my childhood first then I don't think I would - it wasn't a bad time in my life (what I can still remember of it I remember fondly) but I just wouldn't like the restriction.Redlin5 said:
Sir/ma'am, you've summed up exactly how I feel.Brutal Peanut said:No, because my life and (nearly) everyone in it is awesome right now, and I've worked to get here. My childhood and early teen years were (without a doubt) the most negative time in my life. If I was able to go back and 'redo' it, there wouldn't be any guarantee that I could get back to this point, or even that the outcome will be better. To know that there is a possibility that I could never be with my spouse, my dogs, or the people I know that brighten my life ever again; ugh, it's depressing.
However, I think the circumstances of my decision would be different if my current life were different. If I were single without any real emotional attachments - I'd most likely say yes.