Reframe the way you think about regret


  1. Write down one thing you regret doing in the past. Take a moment to reflect on your past experiences and identify a specific action or decision that you regret. Write it down to acknowledge and address it.
  2. Recast the way you think about regret. Regret doesn't have to be entirely negative; it can offer valuable lessons and insights. Explore ways to view your regret in a more positive light. Reflect on questions such as "How could the decision I regret have turned out worse?" or "What positive outcomes or lessons can be derived from this regret?" Write down your responses, starting with the phrase "At least..." to see the silver linings or lessons learned from the experience.


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