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Life is always changing with time. In these changes some are exciting, some are less exciting and some are just devastating. All the changes have the ability to affect our lives, they can feel stressed. A transition means a change and change means that something is going to end and something is going to start. […]

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6 Signs You’re In A Process Of Transformation

The process of transformation is rarely a perfect, linear path that we walk though with grace and ease. Rather we are often thrown in to a messy process of change, re-organisation and temporary chaos.

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Adjustment & Life Transitions

Are you feeling worried, anxious, or stressed out after a major change in your life? Do you feel like you’re having trouble adjusting to a new living situation? 

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Bridges’ Transition Model

People are often quite uncomfortable with change, for all sorts of understandable reasons. This can lead them to resist it and oppose it.

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The Only Thing Constant is Change

Transition is change. They are life’s way of asking us to reexamine our present way of being and force us to develop and grow as individuals.

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The Truth About Transitions

Change isn’t so scary if you know what to expect.

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A Psychologist’s Advice on How to Cope with Life Transitions

Life is full of changes — many of them hard to deal with. How can we understand and cope with the stress of life’s transitions?

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What Types of Goals Do People Pursue?

Recent research explores the big categories of goals people have.

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What is Goal Setting and How to Do it Well

Do you ever feel like you’re sleepwalking through life with no real idea of what you want?

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7 Types of Goal Categories to Set and Achieve in 2022

Chances are you have heard of the power of goal setting. How people who set goals are 275% more likely to achieve significant results than those who simply, “work hard”. You might know the different types of goals already. But you are still unsure of where to start…

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