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LIFE TRANSITION: WHAT IS IT?

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As a transitional Life Coach, I get asked all the time what does “transitional” mean.

Transitional simply refers to the state of being in a period of change.

Obviously this can mean different things to different people:

  1. a season of life marked by change
  2. divorce or separation
  3. contemplating separation
  4. midlife
  5. empty nesting
  6. career movement

Anything that creates situational changes that profoundly impact a person’s life, is a transition.  These create moments or pockets of acute stress which impact the individual’s ability to cope, experience joy or move forward in their lives.

For many people, events (like those mentioned above) can trigger feelings of:

  • low self-confidence
  • inability to trust instincts
  • confusion and uncertainty over what is next
  • fogginess concerning the future
  • a feeling of being disconnected from purpose
  • difficulty connecting in relationships
  • feeling out of control
  • going through the motions

Often my clients describe this feeling as being “stuck” or like they are just putting one foot in front of the other.  They often suggest that there must be something more…

I just have to tell you, there is.

A transitional life coaching partnership helps you move from what doesn’t feel right, to what feels awesome!  It’s a process of learning to listen to your inner voice and taking back control of your life.

Unleash your potential.

Change is possible.

I believe in you.

xo

 

 

 

Katrina Murphy
Katrina Murphy

Katrina Murphy is a Professional Intuitive Mindset and Confidence Coach in Ontario, Canada, serving clients across Canada and internationally. Katrina helps professionals to change the relationship that they have with themselves so they can reconnect both in their relationships and at work. She’s been featured in various publications and is the creator of the Power-Passion-Purpose Framework.

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