The holidays are a nostalgic time.
Aside from the feeling of stress and the rush of joy that you might feel at seeing your family, the holidays are when we tend to look back and reflect. There are regrets that might come up during this holiday period and in order to ensure that you’re not going to have extramarital affair related regrets, you need to make sure that you play the holidays smart. This means that you can’t neglect your responsibilities in order to go have an affair.
While we are sure that most of you are people who would be able to figure this out on their own, this is your friendly holiday disclaimer from AshleyMadison.com.
Dealing with regrets that you may have is a whole new kettle of fish however and there are many ways to deal with the regrets that you may or may not have over the holiday season. Maybe you wish that you had talked to that girl at the Christmas party or think that if you had changed your decisions just a little, that you wouldn’t be in a situation where you would feel that you need to have an extramarital affair.
All of these things are valid feelings, but rather than dwelling on any regrets that you may have, we’d want you to focus on the things that you do have. The experiences and choices that we make help to make us the people we are and to change one thing is to change everything. The best thing that you can do when regret knocks is to shove that aside and not think about it. Dwelling on the things that you regret isn’t going to change anything and while having an extramarital affair might provide a welcome distraction, if you let your regrets haunt you they’re always going to be there. Push them aside and don’t look back on the lost chances or missed opportunities. Doing so might have you missing the opportunities that are right in front of you.
There are some things about regrets that cannot be overstated and one of those things is that you can use your regrets to pinpoint your previous weaknesses. When you look at your regrets like this, you make them into your strengths and you learn how to adapt better to future situations. People always say that you can learn from your mistakes and never is this more true when it comes to the situations that you regret.
The thing about regrets is that they’re in the past and that you’re not going to be able to change them now. The past is set in stone, but the future is unbelievably malleable. Take into account where you’re headed, adjust your course if needed and do what you think is best for you.
The holidays are a heavy season in every aspect possible and we’re not expecting you to be Superman, but make sure that you’re not dwelling on the negatives when you could be seeing the positives. When things seem to be too much, steal away a couple hours with your affair partner if you can and do your best to leave that session feeling refreshed and ready to face the onslaught of Christmas music that is going to come at you like a flood.