The Premise of Regret

What is your greatest regret? The premise of regret implies an impossible standard of perfection. Perfection does not exist, and we all know that we are conditioned to strive for it. So, I try to do my best, and then try to reflect openly and honestly, so the next time, my best will be better.

Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I know each of these pieces represents something…

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6 Responses to The Premise of Regret

  1. I love this. When you think of it, regret does imply an impossible standard of perfection. And we cause ourselves so much stress trying to reach that standard, especially as parents.

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  2. Where is the lie? Girl, you’re on it!

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    • msw blog says:

      Thank you. I hear all too often that time individuals are striving for perfection. I am like perfection does not exist, you did the right thing in the situation you were in, now you know better it is simply your choice to do better.

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  3. I had never thought about the source of regret before. Thank you for expanding my horizons. Regret is a desire to break the bands of time and return to undo your pain. It does require perfectionism and a little self loathing.

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