No Regrets: A Ten-Step Program for Living in the Present and Leaving the Past Behind

    No Regrets.  A book by Hamilton Beazley
    Start living each day richly with a greater sense of hope and new possibilities.  Learn to let go of regret
    and find forgiveness.

    Two books in one...read the section that best suits you:

    --Part I discusses the negative impact regrets have over us & approaches for dealing with them.

    --Part II provides detailed actions that can be taken to overcome regrets and discover forgiveness.  

    You will greatly benefit from the book regardless of whether you read only one part or both.


    Results from reading this book:

    You will more easily let go of painful memories, past mistakes and lost opportunities.


    The Seven Categories of Regret:

    1.  Acts you committed (but wished you hadn’t)
    2.  Acts you didn’t commit (but wish you had)
    3.  Acts others committed (that you wish they hadn’t)
    4.  Acts others didn’t commit (that you wish they had)
    5.  Acts of fate or circumstances
    6.  Inevitable losses (that you regret)
    7.  Comparisons (that lead you to regret)

    Letting go does not mean denying the regret or the circumstances that created it. Nor does it mean
    minimizing the serious effects of the regret:  the pain, the harm, and the fear it caused. Rather, it means
    coming to terms with the actions and circumstances that created the regret, releasing the painful
    emotions associated with it, and ending the distortions that the regret was creating in your life.
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2004 Violet Crown
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No Regrets:  A Ten-Step Program for Living in the
Present and Leaving the Past Behind
by Hamilton Beazley
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