But you do say, 'I wish I'd kept that friendship', 'I wish I'd spent more time with the people that matter to me'. Not spending enough time with loved ones and failing to keep meaningful ties alive certainly seem to top the list of common regrets. Letting opportunities slip through our fingers, and not looking after our health and finances - until things eventually crumble and come back to bite us - are other frequent examples. Such regrets can affect us deeply, on many levels.
Hayman notes how a lot of her letters and face-to-face sessions involve people focusing on how they believe it's "too late" to do anything about their regrets.
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