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September 2014

Change is good. Change is bad. Change is scary. Change is fun. All of these statements are true at different times in different situations for different people. People often struggle with change. Other people appear to make change as often as they change their shirt. So, when is it healthy to make change?

If you are unhappy with some aspect of your life, then you need to make a change. You may need to change your job, your living situation, your relationship or whatever it is that is creating unhappiness. Change can be scary and difficult, so reach out to get support and guidance from those that you trust. If you choose not to make a change, then you are choosing to stay unhappy.

On the other hand, if you are making changes constantly, it may be that you are bored or avoiding something. Slow down. Look at your life. Assess what is good and what you need to tolerate. Get help to make sure that you are making good, healthy changes.

But most of all, enjoy the journey.

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