a career based upon that component although such a career doesn't pay very well or would you demand that h/she forego his/her talent &/or passion, telling him/her to have a career that pays exceedingly well even though such a career is in an area that h/she isn't interested in or even hates?
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I agree with Kevin. I became a teacher for economic reasons, not that I made a lot of money but my income was steady. After 65 years old, I started writing (my passion) and recently published my first book. Am now working on the second one.
How exciting that ur son became a professional dancer! How proud U must be, Yves! I always held the dream at least 1 of my 4 sons would land on "Stage" (singing, dancing,artsy entertainer) Alas, they're all successful & happy but no stage 4 Mama!
Hi Paula....I wish I had 4 sons! That would be totally awesome! But yes, I am as proud as can be. That kid of mine is something else, in a good way. Lol.
Well, " In a good way"....we know that "The apple does not fall far from the tree." With a mother like you, your son had no choice but to succeed.
Thank you, Paula. You are very kind. Just like you, I loved being a mom. It's the greatest achievement of my life. I know you feel the same way. Interestingly, he wasn't planned, yet his presence has been my greatest blessing. :)