This started out great, about a husband who is also a doctor who delivers his wifes twins. The baby girl comes out with down syndrome so he decides to give it away. The mother does not know because she is under meds so when she wakes up her husband told her that the twin girl died when it was born. What happens is the daughter ends up growing up and her and the mother reunite but only after the husband dies...I didn't ever finish it, nothing too exciting happens that makes me interested.
Hobbies help you improve your mental health and well being because you're engaging the creative network in your brain, you are challenging you mind and keeping it sharp. Its also a stress reduction. When you concentrate on your hobby it is clearing your mind of other distractions. It makes you happy! It makes you interesting! If you are married its important to have other things, separate things that make you happy. Don't rely on your spouse to make you happy. You both need to find happiness in the things that you enjoy and since happiness is contagious it will rub off on your spouse. You also need to give your spouse space so they can enjoy things they love to do, its important to keep your identity in a marriage! You can still "find yourself" while being married. (I've been married over 20 years) You don't need to rely on people to make you happy! People will let you down, they have there own obligations they have to tend to so if you a