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What is something in your life that has gotten better over time?

Asked by second_guessing (923points) August 19th, 2010

Can be as simple or as thought provoking as you like.

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john65pennington's avatar

Migraine headaches. first one started at the age of nineteen and lasted untile age 52. they were horrible. then, they just stopped. i believe my headaches were hereditary, since my dad had the identical same situation with his headaches. his stopped at age 51. i have been blessed that they are no more for me.

Cruiser's avatar

Sex, my guitar playing, my appreciation for others and their attributes as opposed to their flaws and my ability to fold my laundry more quickly.

Mariah's avatar

It hasn’t just been steady improvement, it’s had ups and downs, but I think I’ve gotten better at not putting as much pressure on myself, becoming less anxious, and keeping my own well-being in mind while making decisions.

JLeslie's avatar

My temper. I am more forgiving.

Frenchfry's avatar

I am more responsible with everything I do and more independant.

Blackberry's avatar

Maturity, understanding, temper, goals and focuses on more important things in life, and my rapacious attitude towards injustices caused by religious people lol.

ucme's avatar

Foreplay!! Well when you’re a young dumb full of come teenager you think it’s something to do with golf XD

Aethelwine's avatar

The love for my husband.

muppetish's avatar

@john65pennington I can relate to this one. I’ve been headache-prone since I was a kid, but the migraines started out of the blue just before I turned twenty. They were awful for the summer and there was this mess with doctors not knowing their source and my not having health insurance and it was a nightmare. Thankfully, they have dissipated enough for me to go about my daily routine without having to pop a daily pill.

Something that has gotten better… my inferiority complex. I’d like to think that I have a healthier perception of myself now.

Austinlad's avatar

My ability to stand up for myself—for my rights, my beliefs, my opinions, my abilities, even my quirks.

mowens's avatar

My crows feet, get more and more defined every year…

Seaofclouds's avatar

My life. There were a lot of bad things that happened in my younger years. I’m glad things have gotten better over the years.

rebbel's avatar

My kissing. French kissing.
I sucked it in in it, for the bigger part of my life, i didn’t actually liked it, but the last to years i started to learn and love it.

CMaz's avatar

My patients and MY BS detector. Good one @lucillelucillelucille .

I find I sleep very well after blowing someone off. I have no guilt. (very little)

Austinlad's avatar

@ChazMaz , I didn’t know you were a doctor. ;-)

CMaz's avatar

Sometimes it sure feels like it. ;-)

Aster's avatar

Envy and competitiveness are burdens that are just about gone. still working on it. More spiritual, much more. Like animals now; never noticed them most of my life.
Other than those, nothing much.

perspicacious's avatar

work schedule
stress level
metabolic profile

charliecompany34's avatar

how much beer i can consume in an hour.

pearls's avatar

Tolerance and patience.

woodcutter's avatar

not much, except maybe when someone is planning on deceiving me. I often learn of it before the offender realizes it.

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