s Zygmunt Bauman said (I must be wrong, but as far as I remember he was not the first to say this), when we make a decision and go for that, we leave all the other possibilities behind, and we must live with that, it's how life works and it is one of the most difficult parts of it.
I see you, friend, and let me ask you something, how do you deal with all of these? I also crossed this line, and sometimes I think I still in the wrong side of it in some aspects of my life, but I don't see a way of fixing things that are in a "concrete state" (like they cannot be changed anymore without an enormous damage).Very very true. This has absolutely been one of the hardest factors in big decisions I've made. As you say, you *can* revisit most (but by no means all) decisions, and "lock-in" can be quite a worrying concept, and is one of the things that I feel makes it hard for many people to undertake major life changes, and understandably so. There's a fine line between determination and recklessness for sure, and I've probably crossed it a few times in my life, to be brutally honest.