When you are young, you feel full of life and you have lots of ideas and many things you want to do.
You feel you can conquer the world.
Settling in life You decide to get married and have kids and your life changes again.
All the great ideas and the enthusiasm you had changes and you begin to get into a routine with your family.
Remembering As your children begin to grow up, you realize you have a little more time on your hands.
An important question arises: "What about me?" You realize that you have been so busy thinking of the children and your husband, that the you that was once full of life and wanted to conquer the worldhas disappeared.
Building new muscle You realize that you need to start thinking of you.
A new muscle needs to be developed in you and thi stakes practice.
Then the question comes up.
How? So you go to your mom hoping maybe she knows what you are talking about.
After all she raised five kids of her own.
Then you realize that she has also forgotten.
So you then call other friends who have kids and you understand that you need to take time out to do things for you that will, in the long run, help the whole family.
Taking steps Reclaiming you starts with small steps much like going to the gym to lift weights where you need to start small and build gradually.
Emotionally you may feel that you are selfish or egotistical for doing new things for yourself.
It may take your family some time to adjust and accept this new you that is emerging.
More passion Starting with one or two classes a week, do things that help you feel more relaxed and more passionate.
Your husband may notice a new woman in his life.
This may rekindle your romantic relationship with him.
Conclusion: Knowing the new you can be an exciting time for you and your family to learn more about your undiscovered talents.