Well, one thing I had a hard time with was the sense of responsibility. I don't mean that I was lacking in it. Not at all. The opposite was true -- I found myself believing that anything that went wrong was my fault. Short of natural disasters and wars, you could pin anything else you wanted on me and I'd have believed you until several years ago, when someone I trusted said to me, "You're only responsible for your part - not the whole thing." Wow! What an eye-opener!! I honestly hadn't considered that, and the message was like someone had just figured out how to get the elephant to take his foot off of my head and keep moving.
It's easy to point a finger at someone and declare how irresponsible he or she is. For some people, it's harder to own their own stuff and take responsibility for their actions. And for some of us, it seems that we need help in learning the limits of our responsibility.
Which category do you fall in? I'd love to know how many of you are in my "camp"!