Change happens ALL THE TIME around me here and I rarely ever feel I at peace with it. BUT I have found that taking the time process/grieve how this will affect me, why I am fearful helps me take the appropriate steps towards being at peace and OK with the CHANGE.
Thanks Jacci for this great blog!
When I was about to transition out of a job I’d loved, my friend Shandel Slaten-Sutherland, offered help. She gave me a list of questions to prepare me for the change. On the one-year anniversary of that change, I thought I’d share some of her tips with you.
If you are going through a difficult transition, I’d encourage you give yourself some time and a safe place to process these questions. You’ll need at least three hours (if you’re an introvert, you may need five!) and a quiet space with no kids, pets or spousal types interrupting you. This is important, you are important. Bring a journal or notebook (If you’re an extrovert you may need several); be prepared to write. Sometimes putting pen to paper helps the words flow.
William Bridges writes a lot about change and transition. He says change happens fast, transitions are slow. Change happens fast…
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