There is nothing more important that I can imagine doing than growing as old as I get to be with the people I love around me.
Whatever it is I may be doing, I don't want to be questioning my choices. I want to be certain that am I doing what I love and what makes me happy. So if a mid-life crisis is anything like these feelings of uncertainty and unhappiness, I'll make sure to sleep through that one.
And sometimes, the people that turn us on the most are not the best fit for getting our emotional needs met. What most of
*Acknowledge the Crisis - Confronting the changes happening can help you find a way to move past the crisis *Take a step
The holiday is officially over and once again I'm left feeling unfulfilled, despite the fact that I consumed an entire Hickory Farms sausage log in one sitting.
Doors - they hold the promise of something new, curiosity, adventure, fresh starts, mystery. They all stand just on the other side of that door. So close yet so far away. Bringing two worlds together, yet part of the same. Inches apart yet so divided.
A few years ago, I believed I had it all. I was healthy, strong and in the best shape of my life. I had also just gotten married to an amazing man. And yet, I felt something was missing.
More and more I've come to realize how much of the construct was about giving me permission to change. After all, I could have made any of these changes in my life, or focused on any of these elements without having this massive construct around me to do that.
My crisis shall be a quest. My crisis shall be an educational journey into my mind and soul. My crisis will result in the betterment of myself and my family. Why, because I get to choose how I live and deal with my crisis.