HOW TO HANDLE LIFE’S MOST DIFFICULT SITUATIONS
We all encounter some of life’s most difficult situations in a given year. These difficult situations turn on our emotions and do so with a surprising cunning. These life’s most difficult situations pose a major challenge to an individual’s mental health, physical and social well-being. It is estimated that about 20% of working adults in the US experience some type of mental health challenge in a given year. The statistics may not be any different for the UK given that suicide is one the leading causes of death. This means that you and I may be living with or working alongside or know somebody facing a mental health challenge. Some of these life’s most difficult situations are: divorce, discovering a partner’s affair, financial difficulties, re-location, sudden success, bereavement, empty nest, loss of friendship, abrupt end to a glorious career, retirement, redundancy, birth of first child, rape or failure etc.
Are you or somebody you know experiencing any of these or one that is not listed above? We can help you or the person to get through it. I have been through some of these life’s most difficult challenges and so I am able to help those in similar situations. I have also learned from the experts and combined have develop strategies that can help you flex the emotional muscle of resilience so that you can get through it and live your life to the full. It also means that next time you’re faced with any such challenges, you are able to deal with it with less stress and disruption. Do not stay silent else it may kill you. Give Transition Planning UK Ltd a call now for free 30 minutes one-to-one confidential consultation or register for our workshop: How to handle Life’s most difficult challenges or situations.
How to handle Life’s most difficult situations workshop is packed with strategies to help you get unstuck from your life changing events and move on to a better future. It is designed to equip you with the tools that would enable you to embrace life’s most difficult moments with less disruption, less stress and discover how disillusionment, sorrow, or confusion can blossom into a time of incredible creativity and contentment, highlighting the profound significance and true value of ending in our lives. The workshop will help you develop emotional and psychological resilience.
The skills and tactics you would learn would make successive transitions a little easier and a little less disruptive.
The exercise you would undertake are based on time tested methods for navigating your way through transitions; master the emotions of change and move to a new beginning.
Come and join like-minded people to brain storm and bounce off new ideas and alternatives with each other and put into words what for years you’ve been struggling to express.
This workshop is not like any other workshop you’ve ever attended or would ever attend. It is intense, engaging, hands-on, life transforming and great FUN!
The activities you will undertake will stir up old emotions and wounds that require healing.
Remember,“change is avalanching upon our heads and most people are grotesquely unprepared to cope with”. Don’t be one of them. Get yourself prepared for any change that may come your way.
This workshop will help you develop all the skills you need to deal with the changes in your life.
By the end of the workshop, you would realise that “transitional experiences are angels of annunciation, not harbingers of despair” (Andre Papineau)
We can deliver this workshop for individuals over the internet, over a number of weeks 90 minutes per session or a group of at least 10 people face to face or in a virtual classroom.