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    Mr. Ritz
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    That could be part of it.
    It seems to be certain areas. For example, I can work on a car with no problem (apart from physical limitations now).
    Maybe it’s just inexperience?

    #409703
    anita
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    Dear Mr. Ritz:

    Maybe it’s just inexperience?“- yes, in regard to the latest, basement project, being inexperience takes away from confidence. But in regard to doubting your choices, such as whether you should or shouldn’t have gotten a dog: do you often or regularly doubt your choices after the fact?

     

    anita

    #409705
    Mr. Ritz
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    “do you often or regularly doubt your choices after the fact?”

    Of course I do. Lots of buyers remorse on this house for example.

    #409706
    anita
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    Dear Mr. Ritz:

    Chronic Regret is a painful way to live, meaning: you choose something then double guess yourself and regret, choose something else and regret again. I used to regret a lot, double and triple guessing myself and suffering a lot this way. It’s a mental-emotional habit born in a childhood where a parent repeatedly tells you that what you choose is wrong (that’s all it takes).

    anita

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