If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make them?

If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make them?

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Deviant_lover
Because people want to be perfect and learn from others mistakes and not their own.
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Queen_of_Narnia
Because some are afraid of judgement. Yes, it's true that we learn from our mistakes, yet we don't want others to laugh, tease or judge us because of them. Society can be very harsh at times, and some mistakes to them, are hard to let go and forget. Judgement is very strong to some, as they care about what others think of them.
SoulOfTheWolves_Inactive
Thank you Queen...this is true aswell..
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SoulOfTheWolves_Inactive
I like to puzzle ones mind.
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Queen_of_Narnia
No problem! ^_^

This question had me thinking quite a bit...
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SacredScriptsGirl
Mistakes are mistakes. So we try not to make them.
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iFunTheSlyOne
Because that's just a saying.
SoulOfTheWolves_Inactive
Maybe..
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iFunTheSlyOne
And more logical... XD
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iFunTheSlyOne
Or because we just are simply afraid of getting made fun of, or losing something important due to a silly mistake.
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tylnapp
Sometimes...history repeats itself countless times...whether it be in one's mind or in the real world... We are afraid to get hurt in any way....or for most Americans...We do not like change.
SoulOfTheWolves_Inactive
I suppose thats true.
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