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Question of the Day


I moved... and now I regret it

Dear Mike, I recently left everything I own behind (friends and belongings) and moved to Colorado to be closer to my children, but now I can't make enough money in this town to see them (I have to work two jobs). I saw them more when I lived out of town. I feel trapped. Should I quit one of my jobs? Should I move back "home"? Should I try somewhere new?

Answer


First, were there other reasons you left everything else behind? With an honest understanding of exactly why you are where you are, try this: When weighing your future choices, do it in a quiet, dark place. Close your eyes and mentally see yourself following each one of your options. As you do this, some of your choices will feel right and others will cause a feeling of resistance. Try doing this once a day and see...
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Question of the Day


I moved... and now I regret it

Dear Mike, I recently left everything I own behind (friends and belongings) and moved to Colorado to be closer to my children, but now I can't make enough money in this town to see them (I have to work two jobs). I saw them more when I lived out of town. I feel trapped. Should I quit one of my jobs? Should I move back "home"? Should I try somewhere new?

Answer


First, were there other reasons you left everything else behind? With an honest understanding of exactly why you are where you are, try this: When weighing your future choices, do it in a quiet, dark place. Close your eyes and mentally see yourself following each one of your options. As you do this, some of your choices will feel right and others will cause a feeling of resistance. Try doing this once a day and see if there is a choice that you continually feel most comfortable with, one that you feel the least resistance to. Then start taking physical steps in that direction while continuing to "go within" daily to make sure you feel right about it. Don't worry about what other people may think of your decisions. And above all else, don't worry. Everything you've done so far was for the best, and it will all make sense soon enough.
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