Good ways to get out of bad choices.
Personally, I do not believe that bad choises can exist. Whenever I start to think that I might have done mistake, or bad choice, I remember the perfection and endlessnes of the whole universe. Everything is in balance, everything is in perfect order, everything is exactly where is supposed to be. The same is with the nature: whole life is so perfect and intelligent, that there can be no mistake in it.
We are just part of this global perfection: how could be possible, looking from that perspective, that we make any mistake, or any bad choice?
Every choice is just lesson to learn, or new focus which our soul wants to live and try to experience. When we want to get out of the choice we do not want any more, we have always right to choose something else, what is better for us.
The best way is to change attitude towards present conditions. To see what we learned, to be gratefull for challenge we created, to wish the highest good for everyone included in the story, to get read of our negative emotions (forgiving is very usefull )...After we change the attitude, we just know which next step is appropriate one for us - what we are supposed to do.
Trust in your intuition and deep inner wisdom, and believe that the worst choice can become the most precious one, just with little changing the attitude. Help of the strongest force in the universe - the unconditional love which created us and always supports us, is everywhere around you.
Wish you a lot of luck!
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