I am pretty great and while I could go on about that - I think it would be more productive to talk about the realities of "We to Me to We."
We to Me to We - (Yep, stole it from the me to we guys)
When we are first born we become part of a family, a group, a unit - the people, whomever they are that help to raise you, teach you and look after you through your childhood. Then at someone point you become a me, those people are all still around, but it instead of your life being dictated by the family interactions they become your own actions, desires and wants that guide you. Where do you want to go to University or College or Work, where do you want to live, what do you want to do. All this freedom comes with a lot of responsibility but also the ability to make decisions for yourself without worrying about how it will affect another person.
I think that we aren't really ever prepared for this kind of change, how can you be. You deal with it, sometimes happily and sometimes not. You do it for another person and you are supposed to do it willingly and you do - but in the back of your head you wonder - what do I get? I spent some time thinking about that. In exchange for all this turbulence I get a we- a person that does all of these same things for me. A person that supports me and loves me unconditionally, buys me gifts and celebrates the me-ness that makes me, well me.
It turns out that when I think about it, being a we isn't that bad it just takes some getting used to, like it did when I became a me...that had growing pains to and they ended and so will these.