What's your mindset about regrets? Do you live with no regrets? Do you have regrets? Have you found your fool-proof way to live a regret-free life?
The topic is just really interesting to me lately, so I want to open up a general discussion.
I'm terrified of regrets. And being pregnant, becoming a mom, I'm finding that fear surface often. It seems like there are so many more firsts, so many things that I'll never be able to re-do.
I worry about other peoples' regrets, too. My parents always had this dream that one day the family home would be there to be filled with grandchildren. But my parents have been seperated for 5 years, and my mom isn't welcome in the family home, which is where my baby and I will live. It just seems so devestatingly sad to me that even if my parents were to reconcile one day (they might), she'll never get these times back.
And sometimes I notice that I'm fueled by "if I don't, I'll regret it". But sometimes I don't necessarily want to do what it is, I just feel obligated.
Anyways, I'd like to hear how regrets play a part in your life.