Most transitions are small and pass by almost unnoticed. Some, however, involve major disruptions in routines and force us to re-examine our values and lifestyle. As we work together to examine the past, it can help recall transition-making strengths you developed and uncover any unfinished business that may now prevent you from being your best.
Life tends to be a series of frequent changes; some are welcomed while others range from inconvenient to catastrophic.
There is a difference between change and life transitions. Change is external and situational; transition is personal and psychological. It is not the external environment or outside events that make the transition; it is our inner-reorientation and meaning-redefinition we have to make to incorporate those changes around us.
Transitions are times of crossing or traveling from something old and familiar to something new and unfamiliar. examine our values and lifestyle.