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Do you have regrets about not starting sooner?
When you successfully make a change, it is possible to regret not taking action sooner. Change is wonderful, exhilarating, exiting. Don’t allow unalterable past actions to interfere with the joy you can experience right now. Regrets are a fact of life, learn the lessons and let them go.
Learning to Live with Mistakes
Oops I did it again! Recovering when things go wrong
Live Regret Free
Below are the things I’m going to do to live a regret free life. If you’re suffering with regrets, give these suggestions a try
In her book, Mindfulness Made Easy, Martha Langley says we miss much of what goes on around us because we’re operating on autopilot. To be “mindful” is to be fully engaged in the present moment.
Put the Past Down
And pick it up only when needed
Put Your Worries Away!
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could put your worries in a box and forget about them for awhile? Well according to Dr. Robert Leahy, in a sense you can!
Regrets are a Fact of Life
It’s only natural to think about the road not taken. The key is to learn from our regrets and find a way to let them go.
Savor a Perfect Moment
We can increase our overall happiness if we become aware of and savor happy moments, no matter how small.
STOP Negative Thinking
It is not unusual to set a goal which you feel great about, but then encounter a deluge of negative thoughts surrounding the goal. Thought Stopping terminates negative unwanted thoughts before they have a chance to do damage.
Tap into the Power of Presence
Enjoy Every Moment of Your Life
The Future--It is what it is
Not what we fear or hope it will be
Treasure the Ordinary
“Our ordinary routine contains numerous treasures...any number of gifts for our spirit, if only we would allow ourselves to receive them.” --Lewis Richmond
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