I'm by NO means an expert rider. Like others, I try to learn something new every day I ride. Even on days I don't ride I might peruse an article on riding or two. Consider yourself among friends here, and don't be bashful about asking. It's how we all learn.
Couple things to keep in mind when agressively cornering:
* Head level
* Look THROUGH the turn
* In slow, out fast
* If in doubt, late apex everything
I'm sure that you've got some riding buddies that'll be more than happy to let you practice with them. After all, practice makes perfect. Also, consider some riding schools, track days, or even a book or two. "A Twist of the Wrist" comes to mind.
Good luck, and don't let your recent "experiences" get in the way of learning how to do it right.