by Christina Enevoldsen When my daughter was eight years old, she spent the night at a friend’s house. She and her friend spent hours swimming in their community pool and Bethany came home with her face, arms and legs red
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I used to be afraid that success would mean the weight of too much responsibility. As a child, I was burdened with the responsibility of keeping my family functioning—by keeping the secret, by keeping my parents happy, by being good. I never had the choice of taking it off. That was too much weight for a child, but the false responsibility of my childhood isn’t the same as valid responsibility now. As an adult, I’m equipped to handle the tasks that belong to me. I also have the choice of how much responsibility to accept. I can grow into new opportunities at a pace I feel comfortable with. ”