The purpose for all people be-it Christian, Non-Christian, Minister, Counselor or Lay persons of whom have experienced REGRET, or know someone who is dealing with REGRET or has family, or friends, tormented by REGRET.  REGRET is a negative emotion that is wide spread – all of us at one time or other has dealt with or had to deal with the subject or emotions, consciously or subconsciously or unconscious {I.E. SOMEONE WHO IS IN A COMA}, and/or conscience, directly or indirectly, realized or unrealized.  The fact is it has found a way into our lives through our minds, heart, or SOUL/Spirit, from many sources venue or avenues.  We must all realize the key emphasis is to identify and find a solution from its cause or entrance, receiving healing, deliverance, and restoration.

(Personal Testimony)

When I awoke this morning, I got up and went to the bathroom, my daughter was already inside.  She was standing before the mirror as I washed my hands, and she began to share with me again about some things she had been experiencing and the problems she experienced as a result of it pertaining to work, and some of her co-workers.   And, I once again shared with her the need for positive reflections and not listening to the negative words people around her were commenting and speaking.

After which, I said to her that I was going to go back to bed for a little while, before breakfast.  I went in and laid down and began to reflect on the subject of the discussion she and I had while in the bathroom.  A few minutes later, the thought hit me about the similar parallels between her and her brother that went home to be with the Lord a few years prior.

When I did, the “Word” REGRET come to mind.  As I began thinking about all the REGRETS that I myself and people sometime have and find themselves over and over again in the midst, of the sorrows, heartache, anger, self-anger, and unforgiveness toward themselves or others. The bitterness and resentment that is encroaching and sometimes eroding or stopping the positive flow in their lives because of REGRET, I began to consider and explore the subject a little more in depth.  As such, endeavoring to look into the matter and learn, on the subject of REGRET.

Due to the fact that living with REGRET (a person who is going through it), or in living within REGRET in your own life, can lead to or open doors to oppression.  Perhaps you may not have given deep thought to this or perhaps your experiences in life has not allowed you to come in contact with this particular subject, however it is a very real and relative problem, that often occur in our lives more often, then one may care to admit and/or address.

REGRET is a negative conscious and emotional reaction to personal past acts and behaviors. REGRET is often expressed by the term “sorry.”

And that REGRET is often a feeling of sadness, and can be associated with other emotions such as shame, embarrassment, depression, annoyance or guilt, after one acts in a manner and later wishes not to have done so, as referenced by the Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia.  They begin to feel an onslaught or assault of all these negative emotions and most of time or other, associate it with something else.

And the fact, that REGRET is distinct from guilt which is a deeply emotional form of REGRET. One of which may be difficult to comprehend in an objective or conceptual way.  Nevertheless, in this regard, the concept of REGRET is subordinate to guilt in terms of its emotional intensity.

It is also a cognitive (mind or mental) or an emotional experience that occurs when a person realizes or believes—accurately or not—that he or she has violated a moral standard, and bears significant responsibility for that violation.  The right and wrong, of how individual people should behave or behaves as a result of their personal conscience or what their conscience suggests is right or wrong.  But follow, rather the rules or the law that says should be done according to standard or justice, officially or outwardly declaring or implying the intended meaning. The principles or rules of right conduct and/or the distinction between right and wrong, i.e., the ethical, moral attitudes of a mental or moral burden, the “load,” the “weight,” or the “brevity,” of the situation involving REGRET.

Rather simply, accepting responsibility for something that is not your or their fault.  As well, by comparison, shame, which typically refers to the social (rather than personal) aspect of guilt or (in minor context) REGRET as imposed by the society or culture (enforcement of ethics, and or morality, which has substantial bearing in matters of (personal and social) honor

Exhibiting characteristics consisting of blushing, confusion of mind, downward cast eyes, slack posture, and lowered head, sense of shame” is the consciousness or awareness of shame as a state or condition.  Shame means to maintain a sense of restraint against offending others.  And sometimes find themselves being taken advantage of or YOU, or disqualify you, to deprive you of qualification. Perhaps, even examining feeling involving, or undertaking, a deep examination of one’s own feelings, thoughts, and motives, self-focus, self-examining or become self-absorbed, contemplative, inward-looking, brooding, solipsistic, defined i.e. solipsistic: [An adjective, of or characterized by solipsism, or the theory that only the self exists, or can be proved to exist: her treatment philosophy dealt with madness as a complete, self-contained, solipsistic world that sane people are not able to enter], lost in thought, deep in thought or deep within oneself, alone!  

However, “There is hope and there are options, solutions, some simplified and some complex.”

Dr Lillie M. Robinson-Condeso

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