A study conducted by Northwestern marketing professor Neil Roese claims women are much more likely than men to have regrets when it comes to their romantic lives.

Roese asked 370 people, aged 20 to 80, to name their biggest regrets and 44% mentioned romantic issues (the one that got away, a missed opportunity or relationships that didn't quite work out, etc.)
In retrospect, only 19% of men felt the same way while the rest listed their regrets as being related to work.

Despite all these cliche findings, getting married doesn't actually solve all womens' problems. Roese's data also pointed out that  single women were more likely than attached ones to have regrets about their love lives, with one popular regret being "not divorcing sooner."

via ABCLocal