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    I Am JEFIT Legend Deviation's Avatar
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    Having a kid changes your perspective on things for sure. I know I'm more sensitive to what's going on around us than I ever have been. One of these you'll see what I mean. It's tough to explain, but it's just "different". Your focus goes from "ME ME ME" to "THEM THEM THEM". And you don't believe it until you have your own. I know I didn't. lol
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    love that I have a pic of my wife and son in my locker and everyday I open it up it reminds me why I work so hard and keeps me going even when I am having a bad day.

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    I totally understand what you're saying, I've been in a relationship with my girlfriend for a while now and she has a lil boy and they both mean so much to me there really isn't any words for it. Hearing things on the news or current events in the world pertaining to kids hits me at least 10x harder than it used to, because of the little one. It really does put things into perspective and has you take in a new view and mindset on the world and the environment around you.

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    More Experienced than a Senior decu68's Avatar
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    Totally understand. For my training now for running when getting tired and need to go that further, I have envision my wife ahead of me urging me to that point. And with having a daughter, I always have tried to lead by example and do good by her so that she does good by me.

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