Fearless Fresh Starter
The fearless fresh starter is typically a good-hearted person used to focusing on putting others before themselves. At first people wonder how they are going to cope with the transition, however, as they engage in the process of self-exploration and establishing their own identity, the situation has exceptional potential to become the making rather than the breaking of them.
The Journey of Conscious Change
Relocating, redundant or retiring former professional or service person, recent divorcee or widow, someone who has suffered serious illness, accident or financial loss.
Often there can be some challenging emotional issues to begin with such as grief, introspection, loss of identity and self-doubt since the change may have been unexpected or enforced upon them.
Typical Behaviours & Concerns
(i) Hibernating away to avoid people and questions;
(ii) A lot of emotional release through crying, frustration or anger to process stored pain.
New Awareness About Self
I am not a victim, I am more than I ever imagined I could be and I have a wellspring of skill, creativity and capability at my disposal that I didn’t know I possessed.
New Awareness About Others / Life
It’s not about blaming others or the Universe for my circumstances. Everything that’s happened is a gift that I can use to become more of who I truly am. I’m incredibly grateful for the people I have in my life.
Changes to Life Experience
(i) Increased self-confidence, self-identity and self-respect;
(ii) More independence and ability to set healthy boundaries;
(iii) A renewed sense of fun, freedom, lightness of spirit and true possibility.
Changes You Might See
Ability to Set Boundaries
“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must but take the first step.”