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Our Regrets

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  1. Kajar says:
    Oct 14,  · Regret comes in two varieties: the things you did that you wish you hadn’t done and the things you didn’t do but wish you had. In the short term, we tend to regret things that we did. But almost every list I came across revealed that the deepest regrets actually come from things we never did, but wanted to; or knew that we should.
  2. Bakasa says:
    Our outward disposition is often closely linked to our circumstances in life and often we can be filled with regrets. We may have regrets from many different areas of life. Here are just a few examples We may have regrets about our childhood. Maybe you were raised in .
  3. Juk says:
    Oct 29,  · Accepts with pleasure Declines with regret. Accepts Regrets. Aye Aye! Nay, can’t find my sea legs. Bags packed, ready to go Hate to say we can’t make it. Can’t wait Sorry to miss it. Deal me in Sitting this one out. Excited to celebrate with you Sad to miss all fun. In person In spirit. Is Joyful to attend.
  4. Tojora says:
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  5. Mezile says:
    Oct 18,  · Believe it or not, a lot of our biggest regrets in life have to do with things that happened to us in grade 4 or some other early age. We never seem to forget - or forgive ourselves - for not.
  6. Mall says:
    May 16,  · Regret is a negative cognitive or emotional state that involves blaming ourselves for a bad outcome, feeling a sense of loss or sorrow at what might have been, or wishing we could undo a previous.
  7. Tagrel says:
    Jan 02,  · Answer: Regret is sorrow or remorse over something that has happened or that we have done. Regret can also be a sense of disappointment over what has not happened, such as regretting wasted years. To be human is to have regrets because making mistakes is a universal experience.
  8. Zulkijinn says:
    Sometimes, regret is a deadweight that we carry through life, slowing us down and making our shoulders ache. But other times, it turns into a kind of fuel; it propels rather than hinders, motivates rather than distracts. What’s the difference between these two outcomes?

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