Ok, so a little lighter of a subject, with one caveat: It can't be a signifigant other. No wives, husbands, boyfriends, girlfriends, children, best friends, or parents. That would be too easy. If I allowed this, I woulld go with my wife, gush about her, and this would be simple. Nope let's look at this from a different perspective. Most, if not all of us, would pick a person. Too easy kids. I'm fortunate enough that I can say it's my job. Specifically, I'm a psychotherapist, one who works with marriages and families. Ever since my delusional dream of being a professional baskteball player died at 19(I'm 6'1, white, and not very fast, nuff said), I knew what I wanted to do. Maybe not specifically work with marriages and families, but I knew I wanted to be a therapist. My friends came to me for advice. A lot. I had no formal training, and here I am, a senior in high school, a freshman in college, and friends are looking to me, desperate for answers and such. More often then not, I'm sure that I failed. But people kept coming back, so I kept providing them with advice. Before I realized it, I was getting my college and post-graduate degrees in psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Clinical Psychology. It was in school(so Im cheating a little ) that I met my wife. Double bonus. I've learned how to listen. I've learned how to ask people questions that allow them to come to their own conclusions about things. I used to feel such a burden giving advice to people, especially my friends, who still come to me. But rather then doing so, much of the time, I ask questions that allow them to come to their own conclusions. Is it always a success? Heck no. But I have a business partner with whom I work, and the successes have been more then the failures, I'm glad to say. Seeing people work out what they once thought was impossible for themselves because I asked them some questions(ok, perhaps I'm oversimplifying, but still) and they figured out what worked for them, and to get paid for it, well, it's more then I could have ever hoped for. I have a great partner, two other co-workers who are amazing, and I've picked, for the most part, a select group of clientele(couples and families) that I love to work with. There's little else I could ask for to fill my day. Except time with my wife, of course. How about you? What do you enjoy more then anything else in your life?