She is my stability, the better behaved than me 'devil on my shoulder' She insists on normality and stability and rightly so.
She is the reason I push to be better, she makes me want to be better, and she demands I'm better.
For this reason, I also demand this from myself.
Not better in health, not better in work ethic, but better as a person, to be better at change for the better.
She sees me and understands me, she accepts me, she helps my shoulders carry the weight,
she listens and cares but also provides a realistic perspective.
She is me.
- Brad, 41, Christchurch, New Zealand.