Regret: How You Can Reshape the Past
But if there's a next time, you'll know to act differently and avoid further grief. Age and regret have a close relationship.
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As we get older, we rack up regrets, and find ourselves with less opportunity to repair them. This is due to disengagement , a term that describes the eventual withdrawal of effort and commitment. Participants in the study who were not burdened by their regret, says study co-author Carsten Wrosch, a psychology professor at Concordia University in Montreal, had stopped "trying to undo the consequences of their regrets. Read More On Next Avenue: Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you.
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It's Possible to Overcome Depression How can you overcome or avoid the perilous pangs of regret? These expert tips can get you started: Becoming Wiser About Regret Age and regret have a close relationship. At last, freedom from burdensome regrets Everyone has regrets.
With this book as yourguide, you'll learn how to let go of past mistakes, lostopportunities, and failed expectations to live richly in a presentfilled with hope and new possibilities. This wise, compassionate, and practical guide offers profoundinsights into the nature of regrets and how to overcome them.
Grounded in proven psychotherapeutic and spiritual principles, NoRegrets brings together the insights of mental healthprofessionals, spiritual teachers, and self-help experts. The article presents a case study in which the posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD was approached in an integrative, psychiatric and psychotherapist manner.
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The client, a highly hypnotizable person aged 65, diagnosed with PTSD and panic attacks, required, on the psychiatrist's recommendation, specific pharmacotherapy combined with psychotherapy. The psychotherapeutic intervention consisted of 23 sessions using cognitive-behavioural hypnosis techniques that led gradually to treating the symptoms, while the psychiatric treatment was no longer needed. This case study highlights the characteristics of an integrative approach that combines psychological and psychiatric intervention techniques.