Fewer Regrets

As we age, we definitely need fewer regrets!

10 Ways to Have Fewer Regrets by the End of the Week

By Amy Morin, LCSW

Fewer Regrets

If you ever find yourself thinking things like, “I didn’t get nearly as much accomplished this week as I wanted,” or “I should have spent more time with the kids this week,” you’re not alone. Many people have regrets at the end of each week over things they did or things they wish they would have done.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary says regret means “to feel very sorry for.” Regret may stem from a minor issue like forgetting about an appointment or it could involve a major issue, like committing a crime.
According to a study published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, these are the six areas where Americans experience the biggest regrets:



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