We spend on average 110 hours a year considering what might have been – from loves lost to jobs we should have pursued. But it is possible to escape this cycle Regrets, we’ve had a few. In fact, according to a survey of 2,000 people in the UK, we fritter away 110 hours a year lamenting what might have been. Eight in 10 people believe their lives would be better if they had taken more risks, while a quarter of those asked by the consumer research company Mortar, in partnership with KP Nuts, still long for past loves. The psychologist Linda Blair offers advice on how to tackle the most common regrets of the living.
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