Learn from The Past – Don’t Dwell On It

Hi there my beautiful lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. Yesterday, I spoke to you about living in the moment and acknowledging the past. Today, I want to talk to you about acknowledging and learning from the past. Learn from The Past – Don’t Dwell On It.

The Importance of the Past

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Why is it important for us to learn from the past? According to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of History, “Because history gives us the tools to analyze and explain problems in the past, it positions us to see patterns that might otherwise be invisible in the present – thus providing a crucial perspective for understanding (and solving!) current and future problems.” Our past gives us the guide to live our present. It will be foolish of us not to seek guidance from our past and repeat the same mistakes again and again. As University of Wisconsin puts it nicely, “studying the diversity of human experience helps us appreciate cultures, ideas, and traditions that are not our own – and to recognize them as meaningful products of specific times and places. History helps us realize how different our lived experience is from that of our ancestors, yet how similar we are in our goals and values.”

Not to Dwell in the Past

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However, it’s not healthy to dwell so much in the past. Our past should be there to guide us, not take over our present. It is not healthy to think so much about the past. It can stir up unpleasant memories and can enhance negative feelings knowing that there is nothing you can do to change the past. Letting go of the past can help you have a happy future. We should acknowledge our past, learn from it and then learn to move on. As one part of dealing with anxiety, I have learned to look at my past, learn from the good and the bad, and then move on. I will not change anything from the past, not even the negatives and regrets, as they are all part of who I am today. I acknowledge their existence and try to live in the moment with repeating the same mistakes. I am who I am today because of my past. Hence, I acknowledge my past, the good, bad, and the ugly, and tell myself it is just the past not my present and move on.

My dear lovelies! How do you deal with your past? Please let me know about your experience with comment below.

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