Why Do We Have A Strong Urge To Find Out What Might Have Been — Even When This Leads To Feelings Of Regret?

Given the aversive experience of regret, traditional models of decision-making predict that people should to try to avoid it. But of course, the picture is more complex — we all have experienced the desire to know “what might have been”, even if it leads to regret. Now a study in Psychological Science, led by Lily FitzGibbon at the University of Reading, finds that the lure of finding out what might have been is surprisingly enticing.

As an extra bonus, you’ll find our 10 top tips for dealing With the regret surrounding past deeds while in addiction and/or recovery and what you can do next.

Are You Truly Ready For Change?… Find Out Here

No drug or alcohol addict runs to addiction treatment and/or recovery with arms wide open, humming cherie songs and grinning from ear to ear because their life is fantastic. But, there are some questions you can ask yourself to see if you are ready to take on the challenge of treatment and recovery and workContinue reading “Are You Truly Ready For Change?… Find Out Here”