I think we all have one. It is a point you reach when you cannot continue doing something any longer.
Lines in the sand dictate often many things in our lives. You may think of it as a breaking point, tipping point whatever but it's all the same.
I think also another factor that plays in is being stubborn. I feel like people who are more stubborn have more solid lines that they do not be allowed to be broken. An easy going person may have a dotted line, a more rigid one may have a double line.
Do you know what your line looks like?
I have learned a lot about myself on this journey. One of the main things I have learned is that my line is solid. I am not stubborn but I am firm. I am confident that when I make a decision I have done so with much thought and care. I have considered all outcomes and settled upon the best possible decision for myself and my daughter.
The line I have drawn currently is the same.
I cannot break up my line. It is solid. I think I am ok with that.
The only problem is other people, will they be ok with it too?
The new me, has to stop worrying about what others think though. I have to worry about myself and what my heart tells me to do. The heart, it is such a fickle fickle being. Mine wavers between broken and happy sometimes.
But, a few months ago I did make a decision. I set a line in my head for the limit I would allow for things to go for myself. I have to stick to that line. Even if it hurts to let go.