Damn!: Reflections on Life's Biggest Regrets
What's your biggest regret in life? Author Barry Cadish discovered that thousands of people, via the Internet, were willing to answer this one intriguing, universal question. The results-some funny, some heartbreaking, all heartfelt-provide an unprecedented collection of life choices.Posed with a provocative question about their biggest regret, people from all walks of life answered by logging on to Cadish's Web site, RegretsOnly.com. Teachers, lawyers, factory workers, secretaries, business owners, seniors, nurses, teenagers, and prison inmates shared their stories about childhood, love, careers, children, money, addictions, crime, and more. o "I regret not going out with a guy because everyone kept on saying that he was a dork." o "I regret winning the six-million-dollar lottery." o "I regret having sex as a teenager! I found it gives you more heartache than you can ever imagine."I regret dedicating so many hours of my life to my work instead of my family."I regret not liking the taste of butter."Together, these reflections on choices made-and not made-make for a compelling new book that gives readers deeper insights into their own life decisions.
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