Our expert says:
Perceptive and valid question, bb. We often talk herre about "forgiveness" of others, but maybe now you're talking of something which needs to involve forgiveness of ourselves ? I'm sure many other intelligent and perceptive people feel what you describe, and of course counselling is one way to deal with it. And on one's own, maybe the need is to focus not on what we can't undo, but on what lessons we can learn from it, so we can avoid doing it again in the future ? Once we've learned those positive and preventive lessons, we should bury that bit of the bitter past ?
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