Ah! the decisions of life... unfortunately, we cant have everything in life, we do have to choose at some point and decisions are tough, specially when one has two very different roads to choose from. A lot of compromise will be in order, a lot of things we wanted to do, but now we cant(for any number of reasons).
If i were that person, i'd take my time to test a few things out, because I may think I like to do some things, but once I practically do it, I may not feel the same. weigh my choices based on what I liked, what felt more like me and then ultimately choose from them. A few i can do today, maybe a few later and some I may never get a chance to do. But then it was my choice, so no regrets. (or maybe just a few regrets to be honest).
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Lord Hanuman too used to forget his own power and get confuse, it is his friend or who were surrounded to him, use to remind his actual power. In some way we are all like Hanuman, we forget our inner strength, our actual power and get confuse. This is here a close and great friend can do wonder in someone's life.
No life without Sun
The people having strong will and focussed directions seldom suffer from this weakness as they are continually moving towards their goal by quickly selecting the right paths.
On the other hand the weaklings always struggle between this and that and lose a lot of time in deciding their course of action and by that time either the opportunity is lost or it is too late to act.
If the character in your post belongs to the latter one then she requires a sincere and solid advice to get out of her dilemma. A good friend or an experienced elder can come to rescue at such time.
Knowledge is power.
The greatest wealth in this world is mental peace and good health.