Thrive Through Your Transition: How to Move Through Trying Times
By Margaret Nash
“Thriving Through Transition”
Sat, Nov 14, 10am-4 pm
US$50 or 850 pesos
Please register via email to ensure your place
Beverages and snacks provided. Bring a bag lunch
Is your new life in San Miguel de Allende a little different from what you expected?
Is retirement turning out to be a bit more challenging than you were warned?
Maybe that health issue, divorce, or death in the family has hit you harder than you could have ever imagined, and now your life feels like it’s on hold.
You are most definitely not alone. If you are undergoing any sort of transition, all the advice in the world can’t prepare you for that shocked, stuck, deer-in-the-headlights feeling as you struggle to get yourself back on track and make sense of the changes in your life.
Perhaps instead of that active life filled with fun activities and new friends, you find yourself watching too much TV or sitting on the Internet for hours. Where do the days go?
Or you may have thrown yourself into a frenzy of activity as a strategy for handling the uncomfortable feelings that accompany times of change. Either way, you may find yourself confused, frustrated, overwhelmed, and unsure about how to proceed.
If you want to get your life back and enjoy yourself, feel fulfilled and on purpose—sooner rather than later—you can! You may just need a little help along the way.
Transitions can be hard on the hardiest of us. Our psyches resist change and don’t appreciate it when we pile changes on, one after the other, expecting our lives to return to normal quickly. The fact is that our brains have not evolved to handle the level and quantity of transition that we face in the modern world. Transitions such as relocation, travel, and divorce were nearly unheard of just a few hundred years ago.
Some changes, such as relocation or job change, are self-imposed, and others, such as death or illness, are thrust upon us unexpectedly. Either way, there is a part of us that doesn’t like the changes and will resist, causing us to feel stuck until we pay attention.
In this workshop, we help you do just that—pay attention to what is going on with you. You’ll learn practical steps to take to redesign your life and get back in the flow as soon as possible. There is no need to suffer unnecessarily. Help is at hand.
Join Margaret Nash and Sarah Powers, certified, professional life coaches, for the transformative workshop, “Thriving Through Transition.” You will come away with more clarity, focus, and motivation than when you came in.
We take you through a three-step, proven process to help you through crisis times. Even if you are not currently going through a major transition but are feeling stuck and unsure of what to do next with your life, this workshop is for you. This process can help you through any challenging situation in your life.
Contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Because space may be limited, please let us know if you can come. Bring a bag lunch. Water, tea, and snacks are provided.