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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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