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July 22, 2009


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From personal experience, I would have to agree. Life is a series of choices and sometimes sacrifices, particularly when it comes to having children. No one can be everything to everyone or have it all. That doesn't mean we can't be happy or that organizations shouldn't be supportive of families, etc. I think it comes down to knowing yourself (your limits, your dreams/desires, your goals) and surrounding yourself with supportive friends, family, coworkers/organization, and deciding what you want to accomplish and going for it. It may not happen all at the same time, but that's why we are each given a lifetime to work with.

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