Are You Rebuilding Your Life?

Hi! I’m Colleen. Welcome to my website! Maybe you have come here because you’re having a difficult time as a result of having had life challenges like job loss, financial issues, a cancer diagnosis, divorce, loss of a loved one, sudden life changes, etc.  These can cause a sudden overwhelm that leaves you wondering what to do and how to pick up the pieces and rebuild your life. 

Sometimes it can be that a combination of life-changing events occur at one time and leave you numb and feeling like you’ve had a hard punch in the stomach.

Unfortunately, there are many people experiencing difficulty right now as a result of the global COVID-19 virus. I extend my condolences to anyone whose loved one has passed away due to this virus, its related complications, or from contracting the virus while helping others.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families as you move forward during this very difficult time. 

I also extend my gratitude and appreciation to every person who has worked constantly to help others during this time when our nation now has to rebuild from the standstill created by the COVID-19 shelter in place orders. Whether you are a healthcare worker, or any other type of first responder, including military personnel, or in any other essential industry working just as tirelessly to keep this country going during the shelter in place, I say a HUGE thank you to you as well for the sacrifices of your time, energy, and relationships.

Maybe your life rebuilding experience isn’t any of the things I mentioned and maybe it’s not related to COVID-19 issues. It’s possible that it could be due to more positive losses like children growing up and moving out on their own, leaving for a job out of state, or getting married. Or maybe it is about starting a new job or moving to a new location. While these things can be exciting, they are still stressful and somewhat traumatic—especially if leaving behind loved ones to move forward.

The many challenges of rebuilding your life after situations like those I’ve mentioned above often take time, extra patience, and love from those who care about you.  Rebuilding is an inescapable, ongoing part of life. It’s the kind of stuff none of us like, including me. If we stay positive, open, and teachable, we can learn, change, and grow through it all.  That’s true no matter what the loss or trauma might have been. 

It seems like I have spent my life rebuilding from one thing or another, so looking back I can see that it was in preparation for such a time as this. So I’m here to share what I’ve learned so you can get results faster. That’s what a coach does. For whatever reason you find yourself rebuilding, I’m glad you arrived here. Come join me on this journey filled with hope in maximizing your potential no matter what stage of life’s rebuilding process you’re in right now.