November 2000
Natural Health;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p176
Shares readers' reflections on the things they regret in their life. Failure as a teenager to tell her mother she loves her just a hospital surgery which the mother did not survive; Decision not to speak for oneself as a child; Loss of a dream of sharing a family life and old age with the childhood sweetheart; Promise not to live without regrets.


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