Avoiding an Identity Crisis

 

Finding yourself isn’t really that difficult when you know where to look

Did you ever play the “who am I” game as a child?  I did and loved it!  My kids loved it just as much.  You describe the animal and your friends have to guess who you are.  This is a fun game, but somehow I got sucked into playing this game with my life.  Constantly trying to find my identity in what I was doing.  That’s a very dangerous game and I almost lost.

I am married. I am not a wife. 

I sing. I am not a singer. 

I teach. I am not a teacher. 

I have children. I am not a mama. 

I write. I am not a writer. 

I have a job. I am not an employee.  

I am …  

What am I?  Who am I?  

This question has haunted me for decades. 

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How I Got Over My Fear of the Dark

How I Got over my Fear of the Dark

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I’m 38 years old and I’m afraid of the dark.  It’s the not knowing, the unexpected that terrifies me.  I’m old enough to know that there are no monsters hiding in my closet or dragons under my bed, but for some reason when the lights go out – apprehension starts to rise.

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