Updated: Dec 29, 2019
TONIGHT join Veteran, Mental Healt Counselor, and Jungian Psychotherapist PO3 Christopher St. John for Warriors for Life (WFL) Group Support.
Chris will NOT BE HOSTING on January 5th and 12th, so mark your calendars.
TONIGHT's Topic: "The Psychology of Regret."
What is Regret?
Regret is a negative cognitive or emotional state that involves blaming ourselves for a bad outcome, feeling a sense of loss or sorrow at what might have been, or wishing we could undo a previous choice that we made.
For young people in particular, regret, although painful to experience, can be a helpful emotion. The pain of regret can result in refocusing and taking corrective action or pursuing a new path. However, the less opportunity one has to change the situation, the more likely it is that regret can turn into rumination and trigger chronic stress that damages mind and body.
Can Regret Have Long-Term Effects on Well-Being?
Regret can have damaging effects on mind and body when it turns into fruitless rumination and self-blame that keeps people from re-engaging with life. This pattern of repetitive, negative, self-focused ruminative thinking is characteristic of depression—and may be a cause of this mental health problem as well.
Warriors for Life Group Support Community Service - Sunday (Tonight), 29 December 2019 at 4:30 PM PT, 5:30 PM MT, 6:30 PM CT, and 7:30 PM ET
Dial in 5-10 minutes early to test your communications!
Veteran, Mental Health Counselor, and Jungian Psychotherapist PO3 Christopher St. John will be your host tonight and is inviting you to a RingCentral meeting.
Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android: https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/4357174198
Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):
Or Telephone: Dial:
+1 (773) 231 9226 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 435-717-4198
PO3 Christopher St. John