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MAN SAYS HIS ‘TOXIC’ FRIENDS IN HIS 20s RUIN HIS LIFE

My twenties were supposed to be the best years of my life.

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I was young, full of ambition and had the world at my fingertips.

Unfortunately, I made a mistake that cost me dearly. I got involved with the wrong crowd.

I met a group of friends who seemed like the perfect fit for me in my early twenties.

They were cool, popular, and always had a great time. I thought I had found my people and I was eager to join in the fun.

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Unfortunately, I didn’t know at the time that this group of friends was bad company.

They engaged in risky behavior, such as drinking, partying, and gambling.

I was hesitant at first, but they were the cool kids, so I decided to go along with it.

What I didn’t realize was that I was slowly destroying my future. I was neglecting my studies, my career, and my personal relationships.

I was too busy having fun with my friends, and I didn’t see the consequences that my actions had.

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I eventually realized that I was ruining my life, but it was already too late. I had already wasted my twenties and damaged my reputation.

I was ashamed of what I had done and felt like I had ruined my life.

The worst part of it all was that my friends had no idea what they were doing to me.

They were just trying to have a good time, but it was at the expense of my future. I wanted to tell them what they were doing, but I was too embarrassed to do so.

In the end, I was able to move on with my life, but the damage was done.

My twenties were ruined and I was left with years of regret. I eventually moved away from my old friends and started fresh.

Now, I’m in my thirties and I’m living my life to the fullest. I’ve learned from my mistakes and I’m doing my best to not repeat them.

I’m grateful for the lessons I learned in my twenties, and although they were hard, I’m thankful that I made it through.

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