Dealing with a transition

I’ve been sad these last few weeks, for a happy reason. My beautiful, gifted daughter has graduated high school. I wanted her for years before she was born, worked through years of fertility treatments, and have been so happy and grateful (most days) to be the mother of a child – this specific, wonderful child. And ¬†of course, I still am her mother! But I am no longer the mother of a child who needs that kind of motherly care. I am proud of her. But I am sad to be transitioning out of this role, this chapter of my life, that I looked forward to and wanted so much and enjoyed so much. I am practicing mindfulness for these feelings, and am open to my new possibilities. How have you handled these types of transitions?

Katie
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I am invested in the success of my clients, and love seeing their dreams come true with the power of coaching, project management techniques, and compassionate support. My clients have lost 100 pounds, written books, launched new careers, started companies, designed their time, spending, and space into what they want, and more. I've coached since 2001, have trained at Coach U and Coachville, and am certified with the ICF. What dream can I work with you to create?

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