Ending Sadness to Restore Happiness After a Difficult Change in Your Life.
When you’re going through a difficult change in your life it can feel rather like a bereavement. This bereavement may take you through a cycle of change and loss, making daily life feel like a massive struggle that will impact your thoughts and feelings.
It may be your feelings of bereavement are coming from:
- Loss of a loved on
- Separation or divorce
- Disease or disability
- Retirement, redundancy, change of job
- The realisation of gender or sexual orientation
The problem occurs when this change and loss is unexpected, leaving you feeling confused, anxious, and unsure about which way to turn. It makes a happy and fulfilling life more difficult.
It can affect your:
- And general feelings about life.
It is possible it can affect the way you think and feel about who you are and how you respond to your surroundings. It’s important to connect with your self-honesty so that you can learn to let go of the pain and reconnect with yourself fully again.
- And general feelings about life.
If this resonates with you JOIN ME on my up and coming webinar:
“Ending Sadness to Restore Happiness After a Difficult Change in Your Life”.
This will help you find your way through the anxiety, and confusion and rediscover what it’s like to laugh, be motivated, and feel free again.
The thing is when the complexities of life hit you like this it can send you into a whirlpool of complicated thoughts and feelings that can leave you feeling:
- Tired and drained
- Lonely and isolated
- Lack of drive and motivation for the things that used to excite you
- Feeling a lack of control and fumbling through life
- It's too painful to sort out
- If you start to cry you will never stop
Life can really test us at times, can’t it?
Do you wish all these difficult thoughts and feelings would disappear?
The thing is if you learn from these testing times you will begin to understand your thoughts and feelings making it easier to get through the next challenge that life throws at you.
Life has thrown me some tough times. I had real doubts about whether I was going to come out the other side with a smile on my face.
I now work with families supporting them to be powerful during those challenging times.
My TEDx Talk, “Children of Transgender Parents Need Support Too” now on YouTube, speaks on this same subject.
By joining this webinar, you will begin to discover:
- Why are you thinking and feeling the way you are?
- The importance of connecting with your self-honesty.
- The reasons why you should learn to let go of the pain.
So that you can:
- Reconnect with yourself fully again.
- Feel ‘normal’ again even though it may be different from what it was before.
- Replenish meaningful relationships again.
- Feel love and happiness again.
- Smile and laugh again without feeling guilty.
Begin to embrace the life that is available to you and register for this amazing webinar now.
What my clients say...
The dots have now been put together. After many years of looking for the negative this is new start to seeing the positive.
As a transitioning male to female I was becoming anxious about keeping my family together with as little distress as possible. I now have a strategy to move forwards and have had a communication breakthrough with my wife which has been significant.
I have a tool-kit of different approaches, strategies and techniques to help to guide me through my day to day life. I feel armed with a number of things that can not only prevent my anxious feelings but also help to ease them should they occur again.
I am Cath Lloyd and in 1987 my Dad announced that he was going to start gender reassignment treatment and become Joan. This was such a shock I allowed myself to play the victim. It took me 20 years to finally end my bereavement cycle of change and loss for my Dad and finally see Joan for who she really was.
Then in 2017 my son broke his neck and is now tetraplegic, meaning he only has movement from his shoulders upwards.
What I learned from my long bereavement cycle of change and loss for my Dad, really helped me manage my thoughts and feelings when my son had his traumatic accident. The dramatic lifestyle changes we have been through as a family has made me stronger, and more resilient so that I can live a life of emotional freedom, and contentment, and be able to embrace the new normal.
I know that whatever life throws at me I can rise to the challenge and use the skills I have embraced to get me out the other side with a smile on my face.
To find out more about “Restoring Happiness After a Difficult Change in Your Life” I would love it if you would join me in this amazing webinar.
I look forward to working with you.
Love and best wishes,