Sometimes we're pulled in two directions. That's when we consult our priority list--what matters the most to you and where do your commitments lie.
This happened to me recently.
I was expected to do one thing, but then another need arose.
I hated not to meet the first expectations, but I knew, in the long run, the new need was more important.
It's decisions like these that help you to define who you are and what the road ahead is like. None of us can be all things or do all things, and to make these tough decisions based on our priorities is important.