The completion of a life transition can be different for each individual and situation, but here are some indicators that may suggest a transition is coming to an end:
Acceptance: You may have come to terms with the changes and have accepted them as a new reality in your life.
Adaptation: You may have developed new coping strategies and have adjusted to the new circumstances.
Closure: You may have experienced closure with the past and feel ready to move forward.
Feeling More Settled: You may feel more comfortable and at ease with the changes in your life and the adjustments you have made.
Renewed Sense of Purpose: You may have discovered a renewed sense of purpose or direction in your life.
Feeling More in Control: You may feel more in control of your life and the changes you have experienced.
Improved Well-being: You may have experienced an improvement in your overall well-being, such as feeling less stressed, more content, or more fulfilled.
It’s important to note that the completion of a life transition does not necessarily mean that everything is perfect or that there will be no more challenges in the future. However, these indicators suggest that you have made progress and are better equipped to manage the changes and challenges ahead.