a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over something that has happened or been done
They say you shouldn’t have regrets, but if you’ve lived any kind of life, I don’t see how that is possible. But there is a difference between letting that regret cripple you versus making mistakes and learning from them.
I think it’s important to celebrate successes, but ultimately most people will agree that we tend to learn more from the mistakes, and then hope we don’t make the same ones over again. Sometimes MS feels like one gigantic mistake, and ultimately it is, but not one that I made, one that my genes did.
Living with MS feels a little like sliding doors, where if you went in one door versus another, what might have happened? Had I never been diagnosed with MS, would I be the same person I am 10 years later? Is anyone the same person they were 10 years ago? Of course there is no way of knowing, so is it really worth wondering?
While I would welcome giving the MS back, it is something I can’t regret, since it’s not a mistake I made. And it’s taken a long time to get here.
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