That's lovely. In my book now its handling archetypes - one that women try and emulate being 'the great healer'. That we cannot be any archetype continuously, only the archetype is constant as it's an ideal. That it's not achievable by humans to constantly be an archetype. I liked it. I thought of you and the pressure you put on yourself. Don't know if you still do. I do sometimes.
You have a busy life, juggling work, home, friendships, relationships, kids, and you're so used to being all things to all people you've forgotten who you really are anymore. Learning about yourself - what you need, want and like, what really makes you tick is the first vital step to increased happiness, reduced stress, contentment and clarity. After all, if you don't know what your needs are, how can they possible be met?