Yes, please get to that point. I think the reactions you get from people mostly come out of your own attitude. (That's "your" in the generic sense, not "your" as in "You, LMom, have an attitude," BTW. Sometimes English is not my friend...) At least that's what I've seen. When I was insecure and unsure about my choice, I was challenged on it a few times, and I felt the need to defend myself because I was so scared that I was doing the wrong thing.


But now I know better, and the responses I get to my good attitude about our choice are pretty universally positive.

You get what you give, I guess. Maybe?