It's a phenomenon.
The more money you have, the more you worry about it.
The happier my life is, the more I want someone to share it with.
Or more accurately, the happier my life is, the more I want someone to validate my decisions, to cheer me on, to tell me that I can actually do it.
Someone who's my gender counterpart; someone I'm not related to; someone who I can kiss and who kisses me; someone who's strong in all the ways I'm weak.
That's what I want.
What I have is a host of cheerleaders, supporters, friends and family on the sidelines cheering while I run.