Perhaps you no longer have time for pursuing a passion, or for keeping up with meaningful friendships because of your responsibilities in your family? Maybe it means we aren’t reading enough? Or gardening enough? Or dancing enough? Or, maybe it simply means we don’t have enough time alone? Or, maybe it means we have substituted a spouse’s goals for our own, or put ours on hold to help a spouse to achieve theirs. When we do this, we often tell ourselves we will be gratified by their successes and that we will have time later on to get back to reaching our own individual, but then we put those goals off for so long that we can’t figure out how to get back to them. We may end up burying ourselves and our needs so well and for so long that it becomes all too easy to lose sight of who we really are and what we really want, so we become frustrated, resentful and bitter. Join the Douthit's on Real Talk as they get real about "Losing Yourself In A Marriage".
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