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Transitions are part of life

Transitions are part of life whether it’s a change in career, a move to a new city, or a significant life event, transitions can be challenging and overwhelming.

If you’re currently going through a transition, we want you to know that you’re not alone. Many people have been where you are, and they’ve come out on the other side stronger and more resilient. With the right support and resources, you can too.

That’s why we’re reaching out to invite you to join our Life Cafe group . Our group is designed to provide a safe and supportive space for people going through transitions of all kinds. Whether you’re struggling with a new job, adjusting to a new city, or dealing with a major life change, our group is here to help.

As a member of our Life Cafe support group, you’ll benefit from:

  • A community of support: Our group is made up of people who are going through similar transitions, so you can connect with others who understand what you’re going through.
  • Expert guidance: Our group is facilitated by experienced coaches and counselors who can provide guidance, resources, and support as you navigate your transition.
  • Tools and resources: We provide a range of resources to help you manage stress, build resilience, and navigate your transition with confidence.

We believe that everyone deserves support and guidance during times of transition. That’s why we’ve created this group as a place where you can come to feel heard, supported, and empowered to take on whatever challenges lie ahead.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards a smoother transition, we invite you to join our transitions support group today. We’re here for you every step of the way.

People join groups for a variety of reasons, including:

  1. Social support: Groups can provide a sense of community and belonging, which can be important for people who are feeling isolated or lonely. Being part of a group can help people feel supported and connected to others who share similar experiences or interests.
  2. Learning and growth: Groups can provide opportunities for learning and personal growth, whether through sharing knowledge and skills, attending workshops and seminars, or receiving feedback and advice from others.
  3. Common interests and hobbies: Groups can be a way for people to connect with others who share their interests and hobbies, whether it’s a book club, a sports team, or a knitting group.
  4. Advocacy and activism: Groups can be a powerful force for social change, whether through advocating for a particular cause, organizing protests and demonstrations, or lobbying elected officials.
  5. Career and professional development: Groups can provide networking opportunities, mentorship, and access to resources and information that can help people advance in their careers or industries.

Overall, people join groups because they provide a sense of belonging, support, and community, and can help people achieve their personal and professional goals.  Ready to join? Click here

If you need help with Dementia, my friend  Tami Anastasia host groups for people who need help with this transition, just tell Tami I sent you. Remember, Transitions are part of life

Support Group for Dementia Caregivers

Transitions Are Part Of Life
Join Tami’s April dementia caregiver support group, held 4/12 & 4/26 at 5:00 p.m. PT. When you’re a dementia caregiver, you need tools and support to guide you in your journey. Register here:


How to be grateful during your transitions

How would your life change if you were to send out one gratitude card to a different person every week for the rest of the year? This made Reena’s friend Lee-ann more grateful each day.

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She made a list of 52 people she felt grateful to have (or have had) in her life. My two cents: These can be anyone from your closest friends and family, to people who did something kind that you haven’t forgotten about. It could be the person who delivered your child or grandchild, or even the person who introduced you to the person who introduced you to your spouse, client, best friend, etc!

What if you no longer remember their name or don’t have their address?  Lee-Ann reported that she found alternatives if she didn’t remember names or addresses, and if she didn’t have someone’s address, she didn’t let it stop her.

Love to hear if you decided to take it on..  It will help with your transitions are part of life


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