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Singer-songwriter Zayn Malik shared that he regrets not taking time to appreciate his time with the English-Irish pop boy band One Direction, which was formed in London in 2010, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“The main thing that I always feel bad about when I look back over my life is not enjoying the band enough,” Malik said on the Zach Sang Show. “I feel like I just took things too seriously, you know? I`m grateful that I`m able to be happier now. I can enjoy things and own my perspective a bit, you know? Like, a glass half full versus it being half empty. That`s my choice.”

Malik surprised the world by leaving the mega-popular British boy band in 2015. A year later, the group, which featured Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson, announced an extended break.

“I had this, like, teen angst thing going on — chip on my shoulder,” he added. “I`m like, `It`s cool to be moody as fuck all the time….` It`s not. Like, you`re just a loser. Let`s be honest, you know what I mean?”

Since then, he said, he`s learned, “You should be a nice person. You should be somebody that people want to be around and enjoy being in your presence, and you should bring light to peoples` day instead of being this fuck.”

Part of the growth, he added, came from becoming a father to his daughter Khai, whom he shares with ex-Gigi Hadid. “She just makes me happier,” he said.

“I have so much love in me that I didn`t have before she was born. She laughs all day. She wants to do the silliest things, and she gains so much excitement from it, you know? She just has a wholly fresh perspective on life, [which] had somewhat become grey for me,” he added, as per The Hollywood Reporter.

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