No-one has ever said on their deathbed "I wish I'd spent more time at the office". But we all have regrets - losing touch with people, not spending enough time with our family - things that seem insignificant at the time but actually make a huge impact on our wellbeing and other peoples' lives.
In this book, trusted counsellor and agony aunt Suzie Hayman sets out a 7-step action plan for living a life free from regrets and toxic decisions. From making more time for your children to keeping in touch with friends, this book is a roadmap you can follow on both a daily basis and in the long term, making small changes that will dramatically improve the way you feel about your life.
Suzie Hayman has been a trained counsellor for over 15 years, and is the agony aunt for Woman magazine. She is a spokesperson/trustee for Family Lives, and a trustee of The Who Cares Trust, for 'looked after' children. She is superbly connected and regularly appears in the broadcast media, and was the counsellor on the BBC1 show Stepfamilies. She has written over 20 books, including several Teach Yourself titles that have done well in the UK and the US.
Chapter One: "I wish I'd made more time for my family" Chapter Two: "I wish I'd kept in touch with my friends" Chapter Three: "I wish I'd pursued my dreams and ambitions" Chapter Four: "I wish I'd spoken up" Chapter Five: "I wish I'd managed my money better" Chapter Six: "I wish I'd thought about my relationships more" Chapter Seven: "I wish I had made my body a temple!" Chapter Eight: "So what can I do about it?"