I have been on an emotional rollercoaster in terms of employment over the last 6 years, having had several roles and being effectively put at risk 3 times within that period of time. My dedication to helping people has always acted as my motivation to be resilient, knowing that those people are experiencing much greater battles than my own.
Recently I am pleased to say I have accepted a new position in a new vocation and will be entering the world of teaching imminently. Whilst this is an exciting new beginning for me on a different career path, I will of course be filled with emotion when I finish my final shift, as I have worked for the same company for 9 years and crossed paths with some wonderful people. Many of these I am proud to call my friends as well as my colleagues.
I will of course continue to blog as and when I can, and will publish my articles online for you all to read, but please bear with me if the blogs become less frequent and more sporadic. I will continue to grow my Counselling service and know that making a difference to people experiencing emotionally challenging times is one of the proudest occurrences in my everyday life.
Life is not a linear process and throws challenges at us regularly. It’s our tenacity and resilience which will pull us through and the belief that we can get to where we are wanting to go. It’s not weak to feel despondent or that you need support. It’s a show of strength and courage to take that step and there are people around who can help.
More than anything, remember…it’s OK to have a bad day.
Thanks for reading and stay safe friends