If I Counld Change Just One Thing

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If I could Change Just One Thing………

In life there are always moments that we wish we could take back. If given the chance to revisit the past and change the outcome of a situation, I would have not dropped out of school and later gotten my GED. I made this decision at a young age, unaware of how this decision would change my future greatly. In deciding to drop out of school I missed out on the experience that high school gives you and how it would have helped develop my character. If I stayed enrolled in school I would have had more doors opened for my future and the assistance that I would have needed to make those life choices such as college. I would have been able to feel the sense of success when finished with the fours years of high school and know that all my hard work has paid off.

The knowledge and skills obtained while in high school could have assisted me in my future with things such as college or employment, because in high school I would have learned social skills. This is information and skills that could have assisted me in my future and helped me define the type of person that I could have become. A student is taught ethics and problem solving skills. How to correctly present a problem to a college professor or to a potential employer and also how to present themselves. These are important skills that would have assisted in making me successful not only in high school but in all aspects of my life. The social experience is just as important as the educational part of high school. Young adults are taught how to interact with each other and face problems that they will encounter. The friends and bonds that I could have made would have followed me forever. All the chances I missed out on such as attending football games, homecoming and prom. These are things that I have only been told about and was never able to experience. In choosing to drop out I cheated myself the experience of the average teenager, the knowledge and the opportunity to...
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