We all know that life is full of change. In an ideal world the changes we experience would be a result of decisions we’ve consciously made to improve our state of being. However, the reality is we don’t always have control over the changes we experience, and we don’t always recognize that change is going to result in loss of some type. We are typically good at recognizing that the loss of a loved one can feel catastrophic and seemingly the worst thing in the world. But what about the other myriad changes we experience in life. Life is moving at an increasing pace, and along with this momentum comes increasing change.
Have you recently experienced a life transition that you welcomed and planned for only to find yourself reeling with feelings of uncertainty or feeling like you are running on the proverbial hamster’s wheel in your attempt to adjust and navigate this change? Perhaps you and your family recently relocated after landing the job that you always dreamed of getting. Have you or your spouse recently retired, have you become an empty-nester, or maybe you’ve moved and are having trouble finding new friends or making connections. Have you since found yourself being more forgetful, losing things, having difficulty getting a restful sleep or just plain not enjoying life like you once did? Maybe you find yourself ruminating on a problem or a decision.
Imagine feeling as though you are in control of your life. How would it feel to restore ‘normalcy’ to your daily routine; to find that peace of mind knowing you have the skills to adapt to changes that come your way, whether they are planned for, or not?
Your journey is unique to your person. If you are struggling and searching, and you are ready to return to a sense of stabilization, I can help you develop a plan, find the internal and external resources necessary to help you gain a greater sense of balance and equilibrium. Schedule an appointment today.