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Transitions equal change.
Transitions typically mark an ending followed by a time of self-reflection
- New paths
- New beginning
- New outlook
- New chapter
- New life
Reexamine the present.
Transitions are life’s way of asking us to reexamine our present way of being. These transitions can be predictable such as a marriage, a child leaving home for college, or they can be unpredictable, such as the sudden death of a loved one. Whatever the degree or intensity of the event, every transition we experience has one thing in common, It forces us to make changes to our life. And with change, comes resistance.
A major life transition literally closes one chapter of our life, and starts a new one, putting us in a new place and direction that we have not walked before. It is often a very difficult adjustment as we endure intense feelings of fear, doubt, and uncertainty.
Transitions typically mark an ending followed by a time of self-reflection, which hopefully, leads to a new beginning or outlook on life. Every life transition asks us to let go of a past way of thinking or doing. By doing so, we are given the opportunity to replace the old way of being with something new. During the transitional period however, we usually feel uncomfortable, almost disconnected with our environment and even ourselves.
Every life transition asks us to let go of a past way of thinking or doing. By doing so, we are given the opportunity to replace the old way of being with something new..
Sometimes people find it easier to talk about trauma with other people that have had similar experiences. We offer various support groups that help people process their experience with others.