One being we still need the money. This can be solved in a few ways, lower bills being one, the other working from home. I chose to work from home, or, perhaps, working from home chose me. It was not my intention to start the business that I did, it was just a good offer at a decent time, and I saw a way to get a good deal, but it lead to much more.
Another issue came up in my feeling successful. I see my child and feel like I have accomplished something as I watch her grow, but I haven't done that all by myself. That is my home life, and not working left me with no professional life. This also links into the lack of adult conversation. There is more pressure put on your close relationships when there are so few people to talk to. They become responsible for all your social interactions.
I have solved some of these issues by having my business, as when I meet new contacts and complete jobs, or earn money, I feel as though I have accomplished something obvious. I can see the monetary gains, and that quantifies what I have done. I also am making new contacts, and taking new chances. The more people I meet, the more social interactions I have, and the stress on my current friendships has decreased. I see this as having benefited my family and my friends.