Source of inspiration for New Year’s resolutions: What can the dying teach the living?

    New Year’s resolutions usually revolve around immediate goals. Lose weight, quit smoking, get more organized.

    This year, psychologist Dan Gottlieb and Behavioral health reporter Maiken Scott turn to an unusual source of inspiration for what to change in the new year – the regrets of dying people:

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