There have been many Steve Jobs quotes tossed around in the past 24 hours or so. This one in particular hit home with me, as the parent of two adult difficult children. I'm sure he meant it in the context that you should be true to yourself, and not live a life that someone else thinks you should live. But for some reason, when I read it, I thought: I've got to stop living Youngest's life (i.e., spending so much time worrying about how she is living her life). I've got to let her live hers, even if I don't agree with how she's doing that, and focus on living my own life before it's too late. When our kids were under 18, it was different... we were responsible, to an extent, for "living their lives." But now? Not so much. Thoughts?