My wife and I have been married just shy of a year and we have a baby on the way. Obviously these massive changes in my life are having a big affect on the way I look at things. Ive been at my curent job as a fire alarm tech for almost 2 years and have just recently been promoted to A lead technician on a probationary basis. This basically means 90 days as a crew leader to see how I do before they give me a raise. It comes with a few perks so the probationary period isnt really a big deal. I love Jiu jitsu. Ive been going consistently for a year now and have pretty much adapted the mindset that its going to be a part of my life for a very long time. It takes up alot of my spare time 2-4 times a week and costs a fair amount of money. Do you guys with families ever feel selfish about your jiu jitsu habits? I have other hobbies, but I am dropping all those just so I dont have to give up jiu jitsu. Also, My boss and some of my co-workers kind of look at this as "oh hes the karate kid" and dont take it seriously. While I dont feel like it is a distraction from my work, I am hauling ass out the door at 6:00pm to make it to class when I do have class. What do you guys think?