Transitions

Transitions occur frequently in life both at work and personally. Transition refers to inner processes often involving adjustment, accommodation, loss (of structure, autonomy, sense of place, sometimes sense of self). Under the right circumstances, transitions lead to personal growth.

Transitions may be welcomed or resisted but they always require complex internal responses that usually take time.


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Overview: Transitions: Inner Processes
Transitions occur frequently in life both at work and personally. Transition refers to inner processes often involving adjustment, accommodation, loss (of structure, autonomy, sense of place, sometimes sense of self). Under the right circumstances, transitions lead to personal growth. Transitions may be welcomed or resisted but they always require complex internal responses that usually take time.

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Covers some of the major stages in a transition, including: anxiety, excitement, fear, threat, guilt, depression, disillusionment, hostility, denial. Acceptance (moving forward) is tied to working through the personal meaning of the transition.


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