I feel lost, confused, overwhelmed and scared…
You are about to embark on the next phase in your life, young adulthood. The excitement has been building all throughout high school. Maybe decisions have been made (or perhaps not?) It seems the next step in your life is all anyone in your life can talk about. With all this pressure, how can anything go wrong? Right? Friend, let me give you some reassurance that this is temporary, yet completely normal that you’re feeling this extra pressure. This is, after all, something new for you and it makes sense that it would be challenging at first! There is hope, though, I can help you to process all of the complex thoughts and feelings you’re experiencing so that you can make more clear decisions about what you want for your life. Because in the end, it is your life, you’re the one who has live it and walk in your shoes, so why not make it the most enjoyable experience possible. Online therapy for young adulthood could be a good fit for you!
What should I do with my life? Can online therapy for young adults help?
Young adulthood is another major life phase in which you are expected to relish in the excitement and express nothing but drive, motivation and absolute joy for the new experiences to come. Reality: this can be a very intimidating, confusing, and perhaps even a lonely time in your life. This is normal. You’ve got so many unanswered questions swirling around in your brain! Who am I? What should I be doing? Does everyone else have this all figured out? What if I fail? What if I disappoint the people in my life? Why don’t I feel happy or excited? Why do I feel dread and anxiety?
What if I fail?
I want to validate whatever feelings you’re having, because, well…they’re valid! When we accept and validate the feelings we are having, then and only then, can we move forward with the business of life – successfully. Maybe you feel stuck in what to do next, maybe you feel scared about what’s coming next, maybe you feel anxious that you won’t succeed, maybe you feel sad thinking about the possibility of letting your family down. Whatever the case may be, please remember this is temporary and that more importantly you don’t have to go through it alone. I have lived this and helped countless other young adults to work through this complex phase of life, to go on and achieve wonderful things. Take a breath with me and let’s get this sorted out so you can start to enjoy this phase of life!
Reach out today to get started and see if online therapy for this difficult life phase of young adulthood could be a good fit and help you move forward!