Holding onto past regrets is something many of us make a life habit of, rendering our lives to misery and sorrow. But living a life of “no regrets” can be very beneficial – for both young and old.
Whether it’s regretting something you have done or haven’t done, holding on to this regret can affect the way you react and handle situations in your life. According to Healthland, new research has revealed that while it’s normal to dwell on feelings of regret in our youth, but allowing them to factor in future decision making, as we grow older, doesn’t help us with second chances in life. They reported that “the likelihood of second chances diminishes, and feeling regretful doesn’t do as much good”. (more…)