Older folks let go of regrets, and it's a good thing

01/4/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Research reveals that older people tend to let go of past regrets, a practice that contributes to better health and an overall sense of well-being. "Instead of saying, 'It was my fault, I screwed up,' they say, 'Screw it, it's not my fault.' And they feel better for it!" writes physician Craig Bowron.

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