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  • Forward Path
    Looking forward in the Christian life
    How many times do we tend to look back at past life events and think, “I wish I would have done that differently” or “If I was there now I would have taken that opportunity.” Many people look back while wishing and at the...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at the National Automobile Dealers Association Convention on January 27, 2014, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
    Researchers prove rats experience regret
    The human feeling of regret has been demonstrated to be active in the actions of rats and in the same region of the brain in rats as it occurs in humans for the first time. Dr. A. David Redish, a professor of neuroscience in the University of...
  • 'Regret! (Spijt)'
    'Regret!' screens at TIFF as part of Kids International Film Festival
    It's not that kids are pushed out of cinema—far from it, as filmmakers produce no shortage of films for them—but that the buck usually stops there. Once the very slick advertising machine rolls out and markets the hell out of a...
  • The Devil Walks in Mattingly
    Novel Considers the Destructive Nature of Secrets and Regret
    What can’t be laid to rest is bound to rise again. Everyone has a past and has made mistakes, but what happens when those secrets grow and control our lives? “We can all be hampered by our pasts, but that in no way negates the power of...
  • Shameless - A Devotion
    Shameless - A Devotion
    2 Corinthians 7:10-11 (NLT)For the kind of sorrow God wants us to experience leads us away from sin and results in salvation. There’s no regret for that kind of sorrow. But worldly sorrow, which lacks repentance, results in spiritual death....
  • No regrets
    Hold on to knowledge, not regret
    Regret is defined by dictionary.com as, "to feel sorrow or remorse for (an act, fault, disappointment, etc.); to think of with a sense of loss." Feeling regret is only something one can do when thinking about the past, thus not being in...
  • egypt, kerry and patterson
    Un-fair-O: Did Obama Administration actually pick Morsi to win in 2012?
    Trying to understand foreign policy in the Middle East is a difficult thing, but questions need to be answered, and someone shedding new light and perspective on Egypt would be welcome to many wondering Americans.Question: Did the United States...
  • Best and Worst
    The Four Agreements: Always Do Your Best
    This article is the fifth part of a six part series."4. Always Do Your Best. Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and...
  • Time Management
    What is considered successful time management?
    Want successful time management?A church sign read, 'Wasted time is destiny deferred.' This statement is so true. There is one main reason why we shouldn't waste our time on this earth and His name is Jesus Christ. We were created by...
  • The Christmas Carol, ignoring poverty and being to stingy to enjoy it
    The Christmas Carol, ignoring poverty and being to stingy to enjoy it
    Oh, Ebanezer Scrooge, has told us for many Christmas seasons now, the perils of ignoring your fellow man, his problems, his poverty and becoming a dull boy, when life is all about all work and no play. It takes Ebanezer Scrooge being scared half...
  • Living with Regret - A Devotion
    Living with Regret - A Devotion
    2 Corinthians 7:10 (Amplified)For godly grief and the pain God is permitted to direct, produce a repentance that leads and contributes to salvation and deliverance from evil, and it never brings regret; but worldly grief (the hopeless sorrow that...
  • Alcoholic Remorse
    Alcoholic Remorse
    In Columbia South Carolina, we know all about the “day after blues” which is just another way of stating the shame and guilt we feel the morning after drinking. A shorter description of this horrible feeling is to just call it &ldquo...
  • regret
    Feeling regret or lonely? How to know when to stay broken up
    After a break up, sometimes it’s easy to confuse feelings of loneliness with regret. Especially if the relationship that ended was intense or long-lasting. After all, familiarity is comforting so it’s quite normal to miss what you had...
  • I'm Worried About Hindsight
    I'm Worried About Hindsight
    Success feels a lot like failure when you can’t feel your legs. After bagging two Adirondack high peaks (Algonquin & Wright) that day, my dad and I returned to the trailhead exhausted, cold and wet. The beginning of the hike had been...
  • Those WERE the droids I was looking for...
    Influence of Insight on Motivation
    The traditionally Adlerian Therapy concept, which is indispensible for any therapy pretending to Adlerianism, is that insight creates motivation for change (Sommers-Flanagan, 2004). In a quasi softcore-deterministic style, the optimistic (read ...