Counseling ~ for Children, Teens & Adults

"Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect."  ~ Alan Cohen

Right now, most of us are experiencing some degree of change in our lives. 

As you are reading this, you might find yourself wishing that things could just go back to that familiar part of your journey, 'before' most of these changes began.


Change is uncomfortable



However, if you're like most of us, that 'familiar' part (or 'path'), also included uncomfortable times too.

A new path feels 'uncertain' & uncertainty equals 'danger.' So this is why you return to the old uncomfortable path because it's more comfortable than something new.

So, does this mean that you need to just 'give up' and 'give in' to a life of the same old path?



The good news is that you are already doing 'something' about that old path 

because you recognize that the old path isn't what you want.

Fear of making change

Motivation is powerful, however, taking 'action' is extremely important too.

Actions ('steps') can be difficult, which is why you may have turned back in the past. 

But fortunately, there are ways to help keep you moving forward... 



'How' you prepare, as well as 'who' & 'what' you bring on your journey greatly improves your ability to stay on your new path.

Old Compass on a wild stone in the forest. The concept of finding the way and navigation