My wife and I were married for 22 years. For over half of that time, she struggled with addiction. In the end, I had to act to help protect our girls. I had to stop enabling. It's funny, you do what so many recommend and then, in the blink of an eye, they are gone. We were apart for over a year and divorced for over two years after that. However, she continued to rely upon me for everything. She continued to struggle. She had no vehicle and was alone in an apartment. I tried to encourage our daughters to visit, but they struggled to do so. She was so alone. Her continued use created a significant level of anger. We argued often. Then, one afternoon our youngest daughter and I went to check on her. I found her on her couch, slumped over and deceased. She just turned 46. It's been incredibly difficult. I keep running through all the things regarding how I could have acted better...nicer...cordial at least. I lose sight of the things she was doing that also fueled the anger. It's like all I can see is a picture of what if. Anyone have any advice on working through regret?