The medical profession is well aware that our thoughts automatically create matching body chemicals which give rise to our “felt” experiences. They also know persistent negative thoughts such as worry, anger, guilt and shame can cause depression and illness. Additionally, our current thoughts greatly influence our immediate behaviour. Our first thoughts, those that arise automatically during situations, influence our immediate feelings (due to the presence of related body chemicals) and our immediate behaviour. Upon reflection, how often do we regret our immediate behaviour particularly those made under workplace stress?