So here is the challenge presented by endings: As you stand on the cusp between this and that, here and there, make a conscious choice about “former me” and “becoming me,” between who you were and who you would like to be. Sure, you might not be able to fully discard all of the aspects of “former me” that you’d like to. And your notions about “becoming me” might be a tad overblown in the final analysis (New Year’s resolutions, anyone?). But it is the process of reflecting that is important. You are equipping yourself with important self-knowledge that is sure to help you through the current transition — and the next, and the next, and the next.
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Vanessa Auditore Human Behaviour and Well Being specialist located in St Leonards NSW, assists people to move through their past experiences release them and create new beginnings. For an appointment contact vanessa@successhq.com.au

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