Morrie: In His Own Words - Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 5, Reviewing the Past Summary & Analysis

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Part I, Understanding Where You Are Now, Chapter 5, Reviewing the Past Summary and Analysis

Chapter 5 concerns reviewing the past and handling it while one is ill. Morrie argues that one should accept the past as part, though to not deny or ignore it. It is fine to reminisce but one must struggle not to live in it. Learn from your past but do not regret it. For those caring for a sick relative or friend that you have had a hard relationship with, you must come to terms with your past with that person. Your anger and resentment won't go away just because the person is sick. Relationships are very complex and it is important to get things out in the open. Follow the sick person's initiative however; they will sometimes want to talk and...

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