Have you ever felt like you have nothing to show for your life? Do you spend a lot of time beating yourself up for not being further along by now? I spent much of my late 20s and early 30s doing exactly that. While I was helping to care for my mom with Alzheimer’s, I did not have a job and I wasn’t doing any of the things most of my peers were doing. I constantly beat myself up over it.
But then one day I realized I wasn’t doing any of those things because it wasn’t the right time for me to do them. What I was doing was really important and was helping me become the person I was always meant to be. I stopped putting so much pressure on myself because I realized that I was exactly where I was supposed to be at that time in my life.
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- Why I used to beat myself up for not being further along in my life
- The realization I had one day about being on my own path and my own timeline
- How I began to look at my Alzheimer’s journey as the single most important thing I would ever do
- A peaceful reminder to you that you are exactly where you’re supposed to be
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