my parents were VERY lax so i had it easy and am very thankful for that. always went to "worldly" freinds' houses and played video games (including halo when it came out ), wasnt pressured to get baptized/comment at meetings/reach out (plus my dad was never an ms or elder despite 20+ years in da troof), never had family studies. never forced out in service, only got 1/2 hours a month. plus when i turned 18 there were no rules haha but i was still expected to "please jehovah". i realize i am very privileged in this, because i know lots of elders kids that were always being forced to do stuff they hated and were out in service every single saturday of their life, while i got to play games and watch tv most saturday mornings. plus the parties werent all bad.
however my biggest regrets/sad memories are slacking off in high school (because i had no intention of college and was gonna pioneer) and pioneering, which i wasted 4 years of my life doing. and not being able to join "competitive sports" when all my friends in school were on the same soccer team and kept asking me to join; all i could say was "my religion wont let me".