Many regrets stem from being tongue-tied. Having no confidence at all, being stuck in fear — just not making a move on anything. But is living in the bubble of “what ifs” going to give you an answer?
Is staying silent better than just giving it a try?
The movie Letters to Juliet taught us how the words what and if were as normal as words can be. But when put together side by side, they can have the power to hold you for the rest of your life.
What and if.
What if you confessed?
What if you made a move?
What if you took a chance?
What if you didn’t get ahead of yourself and pictured out rejection?
What if you tried?
We can go on and create a list of what ifs. But the more time we spend wondering on “what could have been”, the more time we lose to dilemma.
If you asked, you could’ve been answered by now.
If you made a move, you could’ve made progress.
If you tried, you could’ve felt better and lighter, accomplished and satisfied.
But then again, it all boils down to you.
Are you willing to find the answers to your what ifs?
Think about it.
What if you told them how you felt?