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I know I could not be the person I am today if I had lived a different life. Being a drunk and then fixing that problem made me a better person. Qutting did not make me a stronger person, it made me a better person.
I have the moral authority to take certain positions because I have lived them and I have suffered for and from them.
I think this post touches on this topic too and might be helpful.
This makes me think about maybe peeling away a little from the person I caregive for. It makes me really want to follow the "caring for the caregiver" guidelines more closely, and live within this dependence as a more independent person.
i lived this type of life. i am in it all the time and it is hard to talk about yet it is true
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Peg O'Connor, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota.
When and how should we open up to loved ones?