A singular event rarely transforms a person. True transformation occurs over time and usually, after a series of events that shakes one’s world view.
What if the “just fine” parts of your life aren’t good enough for you anymore? Where is the line between content and complacent?
Fear complicates difficult and sensitive conversations. How do you spot fear-based thoughts and how do you prepare yourself so that you enter these conversations with compassion and respect?
What if you want to do something big and scary for the first time in your life? How would you go about doing it?
What does it take to thrive in our 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond? And are these in our control?
In midlife, many of us are invited to revisit how we define ourselves and our lives. It’s often confusing and messy but the reward at the end is worth it all.
As we get older, there’s a tendency to recognize fewer and fewer personal milestones. As Dara Goldberg, pointed out, “It’s as though once we hit midlife, all growth has stopped.” Which of course, isn’t true.
Ronna Detrick dissects these stories and decodes what about them have such profound impact, how we can begin to recognize and hear how they show up in our lives today, and what we can do to begin the process of reframing and reclaiming our stories.