Stuck, and unsure of how to move forward in life
Anxious, like something is wrong but you’re not sure what
Depressed, as though life will never get better
Like you have tried everything, but nothing is working
That life looks different than you expected or planned
The experience of struggling through a difficult life transition, grieving a loss, or living with prolonged anxiety and depression often comes with a sense of loneliness and isolation. It may seem as though you are struggling in a way that no one else can understand or relate to, but you are not alone.
Life is hard, and our lives are increasingly complicated. Sometimes you can get through difficult circumstances just by relying on your own internal strength. Other times, your problems and emotions may seem overwhelming. Feelings of depression, anxiety, isolation, helplessness, hopelessness, and even wanting to die can be common responses to prolonged or excessive stress. Very often, these feelings are a normal response… Read More
There is great strength and potential in every person to survive difficult things, every problem comes with an opportunity for growth and restoration, and the hardest things that happen can inspire great change and lead to a better place.
Celia Sugg, LCSW