They say there are only two things in life you can count on death and taxes. I would add a third: changes. Every person goes through life changes. And some of those changes can be significant.
Whether you are graduating, starting a new job, moving to a new city, or ending a relationship, you may find dealing with change stressful. But there is good news. Counseling can help you navigate these significant life changes so you can make the absolute best decision for you.
Here are some ways counseling can help with significant life changes:
There’s the change itself, and then there’s what we expect life to be during and after. Often we can feel stress when reality does not align with our expectations of reality. Counseling can help you manage your expectations to make the transition peaceful and realistic.
A Positive Framework
Change means one door closes as another one opens. But many people put all of their focus and attention on that closing door. Focusing on an ending can make us feel depressed and anxious.
A counselor can help you focus on the new opportunities ahead of you. This can improve your state of mind, which will ultimately help you make the most of the current situation.
For many of us, change means burning the candle at both ends and not taking care of ourselves. Counseling can remind us (as often as needed) that we must prioritize our physical and mental health during this transition.
Now that you see how counseling can help you through the most significant changes in your life, it’s time to find a counselor who can help you find insight and a fresh perspective. If you’d like to explore counseling further, please get in touch with me. I’d be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.