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Live a Life of No Regrets: The proven action plan for finding fulfilment (Teach Yourself) Paperback – 20 Dec 2013
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You don't have to accept a life full of disappointments and doubts - take charge and steer yourself towards a more authentic and less remorseful existence.
About the Author
Suzie Hayman has been a trained counsellor for over 15 years, and is the agony aunt for Woman magazine. She is a spokesperson/trustee for Family Lives, and a trustee of The Who Cares Trust, for 'looked after' children. She is superbly connected and regularly appears in the broadcast media, and was the counsellor on the BBC1 show Stepfamilies. She has written over 20 books, including several Teach Yourself titles that have done well in the UK and the US.
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All of us probably carry some sort of regrets about past relationships, lost friends and family, or missed opportunities, and the author shares some of the most common regrets people carry with them and how to come to terms with those feelings, as well as becoming aware of how to avoid regrets in the future.
The book was an easy read, with lots of (British-based) examples of people carrying regrets, how they came to terms with them and picked themselves up to make better lives for themselves and those around them.
I got more from this book than I thought I would going in, and the authors writing gave me pause for thought on a number of topics I'd not considered before. Well worth reading.