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    Is there anything you would change in anyone else's life (not your own)?

    A lot of times I see the question being asked if you could change something that happened in your life, what would it be but this is different. If you were given the chance to change any one thing in someone else's life, what would it be and why would you change it? Would it directly affect your life in any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    Is there anything you would change in anyone else's life (not your own)?

    A lot of times I see the question being asked if you could change something that happened in your life, what would it be but this is different. If you were given the chance to change any one thing in someone else's life, what would it be and why would you change it? Would it directly affect your life in any way?
    There is never a time one is 100 percent satisfied with how others behaviour, thinking, actions, inactions and reactions are in their day to day displays, with that at least at the back of mind, it's definitely appealing and tempting to desire the need to change some parts of a human being one associate with but I don't think that it could be achieved directly without the person feeling you are encroaching beyond your boundaries.

    Personally, I would prefer to change some certain attitude in people especially the ones that doesn't take things very seriously when you are being damn serious. This attitude have a way to really pissing me off, so therefore if it's possible that I would be able to change that in some persons, I would practically jump at the first opportunity afforded to me.

    But the only thing I am sure one can do is to influence these people you don't like some things about them and then hope that they change probably from observing and learning from your footsteps.

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    I can get that response. I have had issues with people in the past be it family or friends who's attitudes have greatly hindered moments, lives, or opinions of others. It is almost like a domino affect or something. One wrong sly remark or action just results in so many people not being happy.

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    I want an old friend of mine to have someone to be there for her when she was young. That way she wouldn't have developed Avoidant Personality Disorder. It's the whole "I wished someone's developmental life was not so fucked up" thing. Then again, I don't know what is going on with her life lately. Hopefully, that person is doing better now.

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    If I had a chance to change one thing in someone's life I would be very happy.I would stop the road accident that claimed my cousin's life.Now his little boy Jason calls me uncle,and I am the closest thing he has to a father.My cousin and I were so close and thus Jason is like my own kid.Bringing him back would definitely affect my life,but not in a selfish sense.Lately Jason has become so attached to me that he once suggested I move in with his mom.This was just the tip of the iceberg as a short time later he asked me if I found his mother attractive and after I hesitated to answer he said I should marry her.

    Coming from a young boy of 8 years that surprised me a lot.At first I just shrugged but I couldn't forget that moment.After some time I found myself thinking about it.Why would he ask something like that of me.Children are innocent creatures and maybe he did not understand that it is wrong.I guess what I am trying to say is that I would change Jason's life,bring his father back so that he would not result to such thoughts.

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    Well Kieran, I don't think Jason's comment was very unusual. Children often have a way of being very optimistic and can interpret topics in a much simpler manner. One of these is marriage. To a child, love is something that can quite easily be established and they tend to jump to conclusions. Oftentimes they'll think marriage is an expression of love rather than a commitment. You shouldn't think into it so much. He probably just meant you look happy together.

    Anyhow, I'm not sure what I'd change, and that's simply because we often don't know for sure what another person wants. Rather than altering a person's identity I'd prefer to change something that's more indirect.

    Having said that, if you just want to stop your boss from being a dick, go ahead. Honestly though, my answer would probably be similar to Kloe's. A friend of mine who's no longer here could have really done with some proper support. Better yet, I'd have chosen his mother for that because I know he wanted one.

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    So my friend recently had an accident on his bike and broke his arm pretty bad. He used to work in construction and now he can't do that anymore. We've known each other since we were kids, so if I had the power to change something in someone else's life, it would be to restore his arm to the way it was prior to the accident.

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