ninerbuff wrote: »
So define "the dream?" My understanding is working the job you love, living in a home where you want to live, being with the person you want to be with, having a family (if that's part of it), and having good health.
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I'm retired: so happy most of the time with that but I do miss parts of my former life
My home: as I said my dream has always been living out in the country without close neighbors but I don't foresee it happening
Person I'm with: well, it just is. I tried changing that once and it didn't work out
Family: love them, miss them, wish my kids lived closer
Health: Pretty lucky there
I guess if I could change anything it'd be my perspective about it all. Increase my gratitude, stop whining like a 3 yo and love what I already have. Grass isn't always greener....
overeater1 wrote: »
I should be living the dream: I’m healthy, engaged to be married, good family, almost a million in the bank, own my own house but I’m just not. I feel useless at work, I know I react badly to any critical, I go from appearing confident and an annoying know it all to absolutely rock bottom where I know I’m a horrible person without a personality. I’ve friend but feel disconnected from them. I worry nobody will come to my wedding. I hate myself and my life.
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