A few months ago, I mourned the passing of a friend. With deep sadness, I realised that I could have spent more time with her when she was still physically alive. But the truth is, I didn’t. I was gripped by a deep sense of regret, about what I could have done differently and how much more I could have stretched myself.
In processing the plethora of emotions that were triggered by the event, I learned a few things that have since solidified who I am internally.
I found that when I expressed my grief, sadness and regrets to those … Keep reading