There has been a point in all of our lives where we have stopped and questioned ourselves and Kate is no different in “Aloha” of “Living To Die“:
Is this what my life has boiled down to? Going through each day like a tired zombie tackling to-do lists, mommy-tasks and work obligations that are unrecognized and unappreciated? Why did I spend so much time caring for things and people who don’t reciprocate? When did my friendships go from being “quality” to “superficial” and non-committal? Who really has my back when the chips are down? Why in the hell did I stay with my significant other for so long?
Kate spent most of her adult life raising her children as a “married single woman” and putting her needs and wants on the back burner. Now divorced, single and alone to deal with the news that she’s dying, it’s easy to see how Kate ends up in the state of mind that she is in.
Why does it always take a devastating event to give us 20/20 vision a little too late?
Think about it, what have you been leaving on the backburner?
If you would like to read Kate’s story, you check it out here.
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