Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Ways to embrace change

Hey readers, 

In life, there are going to be times when the change will occur and it can be hard but here are my top tips to help adjust to change in your life.



1. Personal growth. 

Sometimes to move on with your life and envolve change has to occur. Learning something new or having change your environment can have a positive impact on your personal growth. 

2. New Beginnings. 

Change can be good because it means you are open to new directions and allowing things to happen rather than being closed off and staying in the same life. We don't know what the future has to hold but trying something new means you are open and you never quite know what is around the corner. 

3. Acceptance.

Acceptance can be really calming because you have accepted the situation and allowing change to occur means that you have let go and allow the anxiety to sleep away. Being prepared and open allows you to keep hold of the positive energy and give you a better chance of succeeding with the change. 

4. Question your fears. 

Sometimes reflecting on the reasons why you feel anxious and going through positive affirmations to help ease anxiety when dealing with change. 


5 Ask for help. 

If you're really struggling sometimes asking for help such as having someone to talk to or getting someone to do something while you adjust to the situation can help adjust to the change in your life. 

6. You are not alone. 

I know sometimes dealing with anxiety regarding change can feel like you are the only person in the world to feel like this. However, you have to remember that everyone has fear over change and you not alone. 

 7. Victories.

When going through change it is important to celebrate the little victories to help you can confidence to move forward. 

8. Positives. 

A clear and defined way to help with change is to write down the positives that have come as a result of the change to help with the acceptance of the new direction that you are travelling down. 

9.  Back up plan. 

Always good to have a backup plan if you are scared then it might be useful to have something in place. You can slowly build your confidence by taking small steps to move forward. 

10. Vulnerability. 

It is ok to allow yourself to be vulnerable because we can't all be strong and have our sh*t together all the time. Sometimes, it is ok to vulnerable and not know what is happening with the time you will get through it and overcome the fear of the change and hey you may even be thankful of the change at a later date.

How do you deal with change? Love to hear your thoughts in the comment section. 

Cheers for reading X 




8 comments:

  1. #3 is tough sometimes, but definitely worth it. Thanks for the good advice!

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  2. Ahh! I hate change but we're moving house at the end of next month and I'm trying to embrace it as a new beginning. Great advice x

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  3. I love your point on vulnerability, add this with the positives point and perhaps we can all handle being a little vulnerable #Ablogginggoodtime

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  4. Change. Change. Change. Change. Change.Constant and you better get used to it! Oddly, I went through a relationship break-up some years ago and I had been very comfortable in that relationship. It was having to go out in the world on my own that forced me to embrabce change and I've been doing so ever since. Headed over from #thatfridaylinky

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  5. This is so good, I'm going to come back and re-read it from time to time. Pinning. #ThatFridayLinky

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  6. I always question myself if I am feeling anxious about change to figure out what is actually bothering me and like you try to focus on the positives. Now I embrace change most of the time! #ablogginggoodtime

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  7. As an expat I have to embrace change all the time, from living so far away and missing important events to adapting to the heat on my return to Dubai after attending important events in other countries #pocolo

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  8. #5 and #10 have always been the ones I've struggled with but I am learning more about both and about myself as I open up more. Great list! #abitofeverything

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