Even the word GUILT feels slippery, slimy

If you’re like most of us, we all go through periods of feeling guilty, regretting what we once did or said. It’s true, we can’t rewrite history and we can’t take back our words. Once they’re out there, there’s no vacuum cleaner that can swoop them into a black hole.

Many of my patients beat themselves up for past transgressions–the words they hurled at their mother or spouse still haunts even after the person has died. “I feel guilty,” they tell me. Instead of guilt, how about if we reframe our regrets like they do in Tibet? Check out this link and stop being angry with yourself.