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Top Five Regrets Of The Dying By Bronnie Ware⁠

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Top Five Regrets Of The Dying By Bronnie Ware

Bronnie, a Palliative Nurse, tended to the needs of dying people.

She maintained a blog post which reached eight million readers, about the most common regrets that the people she had cared for, had expressed to her.

They were:

I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.




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