When I moved from NYC to ATL last month, I stopped going to therapy. Rather, I didn't find a new therapist in Atlanta. Even though therapy really, REALLY helped me deal with grief, guilt, and PTSD, it doesn't feel right for me at the moment. I don't feel like there are layers for me to pull back or past conflicts to sort out. I may go back one day, but for now I know that traditional therapy isn't what I need...but I do need something. I feel like I have so much up in the air, and I'm trying to trust good things will happen, and I'm trying to focus my energy on what I want to manifest but I'm scared that 1) nothing is actually going happen and 2) I don't know what I actually want to happen. Number 2 is the scariest. Indecision, uncertainty, changing intentions, oh my.
I was joking to Lorenzo that I don't need a therapist, I need a life coach...and then was like, "Oh, maybe that isn't a bad idea." Food for thought, but for now, my "life coach" will be seeking out inspiration and motivation through books, blogs, writing, podcasts, music, kickass yoga class (took the best hot vinyasa class at Highland Yoga today!), and my favorite way - through amazing people.