There are many questions in life that are considered dangerous. Most are considered so because the answer is one we typically don’t want to hear. For instance, when your wife asks, “Does this dress make me look fat?” Or, “Do you like my parents?” Some are dangerous to the heart. “Do you love me,” “Will you marry me,” “Do you want a divorce?” As fearful as we are of the answers, we need them for the sake of our own sanity.

There is another question that is more dangerous than all others, one that is the most terrifying of all simply because we have to ask it. What if? What if I would have taken that opportunity? What if I told them I loved them before they married someone else? What if I resolved that conflict before they passed away? What if is the kind of question that can haunt you for the rest of your life, but only if you give it a chance.

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Fear, Regrets, And The What If

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