Nope, never is not a word I say often. Since most anything can happen, saying never is often just a waste of air. Never is a long time.
Never is all the time we have left. There are things I can say "will never" about...
I will never be young again. But I will never be this young again, either.
I will never have another child. But I will never not have a child in my life because I will seek them out.
I will never not love someone or something. I need love.
I will never regret having become a mother which lead to becoming a grandmother.
I will never look back at my life with regret. It changes nothing and makes me sad. No benefit.
I will never intentionally abuse another soul. Ever.
I will never say never about anything in my future that could possibly happen. I have learned that things do happen which I would never have perceived.
Never has a purpose in our language, but for me, it's just a word that keeps me in line. Because I am trying to live the rest of my days without regret. I have only one giant regret in my 63, nearly 64 years and I don't intend to amass anymore. But the road of never is not one I dare to travel frivolously.
NEVER wonder if I care what you think, nor if it matters to anyone what's in your mind, know that it matters and that I care. Leave a few words, if you'd like so that I never have to wonder what you won't ever do.