Thinking of life’s transitions gives you pause.
Lately, you have been in deep contemplative thought.
You find yourself taking inventory and evaluating your life, accomplishments, and purpose.
Reflective questions flood your mind and engage you in thoughts about what you are doing, why you are doing it, where you are heading, and what is important.
For some, this transition happens seamlessly, but it is a stressful and uncertain time riddled with anxiety and discomfort for many.
Transitions are a part of life.
“What goes on four feet in the morning, two feet at noon, and three feet in the evening?”
– Riddle of the Sphinx in Oedipus Rex
Life transitions are periods throughout our lives where we experience a great deal of change, seemingly all at once. And other transitions, like those portrayed in the Sphinx’s riddle, gradually occur as we age.
We anticipate and plan for some transitions such as graduating from school, getting married, having children, and retiring.
Other transitions are unexpected and suddenly change your whole world. Changes such as becoming ill or disabled, loss of a loved one and becoming bereaved, or losing your job upset the flow of your life, sometimes permanently.
Regardless of which transition you are experiencing, you find yourself here because this time in your life has become overwhelming, making adjustment difficult. In addition, this transition has left you feeling isolated and suffering in silence.
Seek help – Don’t continue to suffer.
You do not have to navigate these changes on your own.
We are here to offer guidance for managing the controllable and uncontrollable aspects of the unknown.
These aspects you can change are how you think, feel, and act as your world changes around you.
Let us help you make this time of transition less stressful.
Contact us now to schedule your video or phone consultation.