Dec 12, 2012 ... Regret. We've all felt it at some point. Some of you are feeling it right now, and you are suffering because of it. Something did or did not happen the way you wanted. You did or didn't do something the way you wished you would have. And you want more than anything to be able to rewind time and get a ...
“Stay away from what might have been and look at what can be.” ~Marsha Petrie Sue. When I look back at some of the most painful moments of my life, I see myself sitting alone, feeling either immense shame or regret. It's bizarre how we can get so offended and angry when other people hurt us, and yet repeatedly choose ...
Aug 28, 2017 ... How to Overcome Serious Regrets. There is no such thing as a life without any regrets. Regret is both a feeling and a pattern of thinking where one dwells on or constantly replays and thinks about an event, reactions or other actions that...
Aug 4, 2014 ... Both regret and disappointment, however, scored much more favorably than anger, guilt, or sadness, surpassing even pride, a positive emotion — showing that individuals do see a value in regret. [Mastering the Art ... But when we have failed to act, how do we deal with that ache just won't go away? How to ...
May 1, 2015 ... Regret gnaws at you and won't let go. Consider eight ways to learn important lessons, make changes and then - let go!
May 16, 2012 ... "Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien." (I Have No Regrets). Should try to live in the moment without looking back or can we learn valuable lessons by reflecting on past behavior?
I regret losing all of my money and then losing my house. I regret not spending more time with my kids when they were little and I regret not saving the life of my dad when I could've. In 2000 I was buying every IPO I could. It was already after the dot-com bust. I bought 50,000 shares of GoAmerica at $20. It went down to $1 .
Mar 14, 2012 ... Living in the past can take a toll on your health. Here are some experts' tips for overcoming regret and moving on.
May 21, 2013 ... What's the best way to deal with regret so it doesn't become crippling? The Wall Street Journal put this question to The Experts, an exclusive group of industry, academic and other thought leaders who engage in in-depth online discussions of topics from the print Report. This question relates to a recent ...