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Handling the Holidays When You're in Transition

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No doubt about it—the winter holidays can be particularly poignant when you’re in transition.

As you go to festive parties or head home for the holidays, you can’t help but take stock and think about what your life was like this time last year.

If things were better last year—you had a job you loved, or you were in a great relationship, or you were happily single instead of dealing with the fresh heartbreak upon you now—the comparison can feel really sad, frustrating, or overwhelming.

On the other hand, holidays can bring awareness of what hasn’t changed. If last year you vowed that 2013 would be the year you finally ___, the fact that it wasn’t can hit hard. 

“So, what are you doing these days?” everyone at the party asks. If you’ve spent the last several months asking yourself the same question, it can be overwhelming coming from someone else! 

Add all the sizzling elements of family dynamics and stir! 

On this holiday season special with coach Carrie Spaulding, learn seven steps to take care of yourself when you head home for the holidays in a perfect winter storm of transitions. 

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Carrie Spaulding helps thirtysomethings who aren't who or where they want to be with their relationships, careers, and lives. Through individual coaching, group coaching, and seminars, she helps people move through thirtysomething panic to boldly create the thirtyawesome lives they want.

Visit Carrie's website at www.carriespaulding.com. Sign up for free tips and tools from Carrie here.

Connect with Carrie:  www.facebook.com/TheThirtysomethingCoach
Twitter: @SpauldingCarrie

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