This is really a great thought and I would have to say that I agree with it...even though one of my first posts ever stated that my relationships don't define who I am. I mean, they don't...but, at the same time, they actually do. I'd like to think that I'm this totally independent, not-tied-to-any-particular-label, do-whatever-I-want-because-I'm-totally-focused-on-what-makes-me-feel-fulfilled kind of gal. But, really...who am I kidding? A lot of who I am IS the choices I have made...the people I've chosen.
This is how I know this to be true: every time I try to clear my mind and think, "Who am I...really?" It always leads to THE question, "Well, what do I live for?" And the answer is always the same. This is the answer:
For awhile, when I was feeling so unhappy with my marriage and such, this didn't always feel like "enough" for me. Surely, this can't be the only thing I'm living for??? There must be more than this! And all the other "grass is greener" scenarios were flashing in my head (and, honestly, sometimes they still do).
But, now that I'm