Tag Archives: Regret

#1 Regret Senior’s have:

The number one regret (fear) statement that those aging ask is “What if  my family finds out………..”
Fill in the blank with, I did, I spent, I behaved………

What is good advice for younger folk?  Ask yourself this question: Is my behavior/decision going to leave me filled with remorse and regret if my kids or grandchildren hear about it?

This weeks Personal Value Consideration

getting InTouch - Value - Regret

Inside Definition


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Renee Lindstrom, GCFP
Feldenkrais® Practitioner since 2007, Communication & Empathy Coach since 2004, Art of Placement since 2000

Integrating the Value of Regret

Life Area:  Celebration

 Not acknowledging regret may lead to guilt, blame and shame emotions.  If these feelings are left to grow they may nurture resentment leading to depression.  This week take time to consider some things that you may have contributed to that you felt regret for afterwards. 

Write out a simple observation, notice your present sense feelings and name the current need.  Follow up with a request either to follow up with sharing your regret with the parties involved or to have a ritual to signify letting go of it.