: I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
: I wish I hadn’t worked so much.
: I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.
: I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.
: I wish I had let myself be happier in my life.
This list was put together by an Australian Palliative Care Nurse – Bronnie Ware who spent years caring for patients during the last weeks of their lives.
She routinely asked her Patients about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently.
She noticed the clarity and vision that people would gain at the end of their lives and the common themes that came up again and again.
NO MENTION HERE OF BUNGEE JUMPS, MORE MONEY, MORE SEX, BIGGER HOUSE, NICER CAR, MORE HOLIDAYS……………
Our Lives come down to choices. Ones we make or don’t make.
To explore your dreams you must make choices.
Many men & women spend too much time on the treadmill of work, work, work.
Many suppress their feelings and put up with situations or relationships to keep the peace. This usually has disastrous health consequences.
There were deep regrets about lost friendships. Getting so caught up in their own lives & letting valuable friendships slip away.
Happiness is a choice. Staying stuck in old habits and beliefs and patterns at the expense of happiness and fullfilment.
Fear of change keeping people stuck in the ‘COMFORT’ of familiarity, pretending to others and themselves to be content.
When DEEP DOWN there is a totally different LONGING.
WHAT’S YOUR GREATEST REGRET TO DATE ?
WHAT WILL YOU CHANGE NOW ?
IF YOUR READY FOR CHANGE – ‘KNOCK KNOCK’.
I’M READY TO HELP & SUPPORT YOU ON YOUR NEW JOURNEY.
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