Regrets, I've Had a Few



What is your biggest regret about? A study by Kellogg professor of marketing Neal Roese plotted the results from a telephone survey of 370 American adults and graphed them for our edification. The link has further information on the study besides what's in this graph. Link -via The Daily What

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So many questions....
Mainly, too much or not enough?
examples -
Do you wish that you spent more time in school or do you think you wasted the prime of your youth in a classroom?
Did you start a family too soon or is it too big/too small?
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Yet, to be realistic, the results should be exactly reversed. The most regretable thing is our self, it's the sole reason we live in regret. But, externalization - a defense-strategy symptomatic of mental illness - in modernity, is the most common form of dealing with life's problems. It's not me, it's you. "I just can't find the right one." "The circumstances never permit..." etc..
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