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The Silver Agony Aunt Responds: Assisted Living and Regrets

By Wendy Ann Hulbert November 22, 2023

The Silver Agony Aunt responds to these question: “How do you make sure assisted living is the best possible option for a loved one, and how can you overcome feeling regret over some decisions, even though you did the best you could at the time?”

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Want to Live Without Regrets? Bring Your Focus Into the Present

By Tamera Layton Grieshaber March 14, 2023

I am not one for saying, “I wish I would have…” The decisions that I made through the years, good and bad, made me the person I am today and, in general, I am pretty satisfied with that person. Oh, there are certainly things that I wonder…

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Don’t Let Regrets Keep You from Enjoying the Holidays

By Noelle Nelson December 03, 2022

As the holiday season is upon us – with friends and families making plans to get together, stores filled to the rafters with gifts to give to loved ones, airports and train-stations jammed with travelers hurrying to their joyful destinations…

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On Regrets… A Book Review of The Midnight Library (A Library Like No Other)

By Mary Lou Harris November 03, 2022

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig is a worthwhile, thought-provoking and sometimes humorous read. Although his novel is set primarily in Bedford, England, the main character, Nora, does a form of time travel to several locations as she waffles…

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Recycling Regrets – Was It All an Advertising Program?

By Mary Lou Harris May 02, 2022

How gullible can this consumer be? I’ve been hearing and seeing bits and pieces of reports recently that recycling of plastics really has not been, nor was intended to be, fully implemented. And further, that the industry knew it would be infeasible…

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Dealing with Divorce Regret After 50? Here’s What to Do!

By Martha Bodyfelt April 25, 2022

Does this ever happen to you? There you are, going along with your day, minding your own business and it hits you. The whiny, super-annoying feeling that tells you that no matter what you did during your marriage, it just wasn’t good enough…

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The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying – and What Lessons They Teach Us

By Jennifer Thompson March 15, 2022

I will never forget my call to Sheila. Sheila and her husband, David, were clients in their late 50s. They were the salt of the earth’ folk. It was a Monday afternoon. I figured Sheila would probably still be at work, so I would leave a message for her…

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My Thoughts on Career Regret

By Ann Richardson January 15, 2022

Three weeks or so ago, I had that old familiar bitter-sweet pang of regret. Not really serious – and it never lasts very long. Nor does it happen often. Perhaps once every six or eight years. It’s not exactly real pain. Just a sense of melancholy. A thought of what…

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5 Healthy Tips to Thrive this Holiday Season Without Regrets

By Aubrey Reinmiller November 08, 2021

Let’s face it: it is hard to stick to healthy eating and an exercise plan during the holidays. Everywhere we turn, there are tempting foods and drinks – from treats at office parties to our own traditional family favorites. When you add in a busy schedule…

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The Wisdom of a Bird Rescuer: What It Means to Not Have Regrets Moving on 60

By Nicole Christina March 03, 2019

I’m a big fan of raptors – birds of prey – like owls, hawks, and eagles. So when I had an opportunity to do an interview at A Place Called Hope, a rescue and rehab center for raptors in Connecticut, for my Podcast, I took it. Read More