What Would You Tell Your Younger Self?


An inspiring post from Don Massenzio. #Memories #LifeChoices

Author Don Massenzio

I’m currently working on a book that has time travel as a central device. The story is about a character that finds a way to travel back in time and uses this ability to go back and try to change decisions that he made in the past and influence the course of his life.

Writing this book caused me to think about this phenomenon and the age-old question, if you could go back in time and give your younger self advice, what would you say or do?

I think my message to my younger self would vary based on my age at the time.

Infant Me:

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At this age, there wouldn’t be much that I would tell myself. Whatever I would say probably wouldn’t have much of an impact. I was a fairly calm child that was a late bloomer in many things. I didn’t walk until I was 16…

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