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The Psychology of Regret

Edith Piaf, the famous French singer sang "Je Non Regret Rien." (I Have No Regrets). Should we follow her advice and try to live in the moment, without looking back and without any self-judgment? Or, can we sometimes learn valuable lessons by analyzing our behavior and its consequences. Read on to find out what th research tells us about this ubiquitous and complicated emotion read more
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No Regrets! Successful Aging Means Letting Go of ‘What Ifs?’

Health : Healthland (3 years ago)

Edith Piaf, the French idol who popularized the song “Non, je ne regrette rien” (No, I have no regrets), was far from an example of healthy aging, dying of liver cancer at 47. But new research published in Science shows that a philo... Read Post

Coping With Life Regrets

Health : Medical News Today (4 years ago)

Although Edith Piaf defiantly sang, "Non, je ne regrette rien," most people will have their share of regrets over their lifetime. Indeed, anyone who seeks to overcome disappointments should compare themselves to others who are worse... Read Post

Did Edith Piaf have regrets over Greek actor Dimitris Horn?

Local Interest / England : The First Post (6 years ago)

A love letter written by the French chanteuse Edith Piaf (pictured left) suggests that the sentiments of her most famous song, Non, Je ne Regrette Rien, may not be entirely… Read Post


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