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I’m struggling with this lately - Do you think it’s possible to ethically have children, knowing that existence can be painful and difficult, that the climate emergency may well mean they grow up in a world previous generations have failed to care for and we are leaving them our mess? Is it always selfish to have children and if so, is it still OK to do it? I am having my eggs frozen as I’m 35 and I have always seen myself as a parent. I believe I would be a good enough parent, but I often wonder if it is justified?
I’m trying to have more confidence in my own beliefs and opinions, but I’m not sure how to go about doing this. I find that a lot of the time I look at my decisions, especially big life decisions, through lens of what I believe others would think about it. I want to trust my own opinion more, so any advice on how to do this is much appreciated!
How do you cope when your workload is overwhelming and you're hanging on a very thin thread? I tried to speak to my boss about it but he doesn't seem to see the problem.
What is your advice for newly single thirty-something, who doesn't know how to embrace being single? I feel like everyone in my surrounding is coupled up and I'm gonna end up lonely. Meeting new people and all this small talk on first dates has lost it's appeal to me, I dunno why. How I get out of this limbo and enjoy life again? I kinda feel like I am the only constant in my life, and everyone else is just temporary.
How do I take things less personally? Both in my professional and personal life I’ve been told to not take things so personally and not let things get to me as much, but I find this really difficult. Any tips for just letting stuff go more?
How to better rest in the thought that what you are doing is enough? I always feel like I should do more, however I know that may risk taking a serious toll on my mental health.
Do you keep notes from books that inspired you? Or you just re-read them? What is your technique of making the best of the nuggets of knowledge that you read about?
What do you think of a quote: "never regret anything in your life because at a given time that thing was all you wanted"?