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Aging and Regret

The Science Of Regret: Looking Back And Letting Go

Craig Bowron | Posted 03.05.2013 | Healthy Living
Craig Bowron

There's an emerging body of scientific literature that shows that as humans grow older, they tend to experience more positive emotions and fewer negative emotions like anger and regret.

I Hate Growing Old!

Lewis Richmond | Posted 12.26.2011 | Fifty
Lewis Richmond

Regret is a universal quality of aging; each of us has a collection of regrets by the time we are in our forties or fifties. Younger people have regrets too, of course, but for the young there is always the sense that there is time to start over, to try again, to reverse ill fortune.