Regret

If you or someone you love is suffering loss this year, here is a daily grief support message from our funeral homes web site. Anyone can sign up for these grief support messages at http://www.Anthonychapels.com

Regret is often a common form of sorrow after we lose a loved one. If only we had told our loved one what we were thinking or what was troubling us. We can spend days, months and years wishing we had one more chance to share our thoughts. Instead, we can just know in our hearts that they already knew what we were thinking.

Regret is an emotional reaction to past acts and behaviors; usually linked to sadness, embarrassment or guilt. You cannot change the past after the death of a loved one, so do not feel remorse, but instead look forward.

To help you move from regret to we lived “our lives to the fullest”, remember your loved one knew you better than you could have imagined and they knew you loved them.

“Blessings on your journey”

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2 thoughts on “Regret”

  1. Lovely, Mark.

    On Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 10:38 AM Living and Dying wrote:

    > mkanthony posted: ” If you or someone you love is suffering loss this > year, here is a daily grief support message from our funeral homes web > site. Anyone can sign up for these grief support messages at > http://www.Anthonychapels.com Regret is often a common form of sorrow afte” >

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