We all need to believe in who we are

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Becoming a wife and mother was one of the greatest things to have happened to me. But over the years of raising my children and supporting my husband, i found myself feeling lost. I didn't know who i was anymore.

When i hit the ripe old age of 40 last year, i wasn't in the least panicked or upset. I felt i was on a new journey. A journey filled with introspection.
I finally realized i liked who i am, i started to believe more in myself. I
found me. I was not just a wife and mother anymore.

We all have the strength to achieve, to succeed, to realize those goals that we set aside for so long.

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The tragedy in life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach
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    Very well said!!! You sound like you are comfortable in your own skin, that is a great place to be in your life. I remember when ex turned 40 I got him a great T-shirt, but he would never wear it (about things that happen when you get old)

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    2070 days ago
    I firmly believe most women don't have a firm grasp on themselves until they hit 40. We become more self-assured and realize we're pretty cool human beings in our own right, not just someone's wife (which is still a great title) or someone's mama (also a great title).

    Great post!
    2070 days ago
    And we all have a purpose for being here.
    2071 days ago
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