As we learn to live with the pandemic, many of us are struggling to live in the “now.” That “now,” with all of its uncertainty, doesn’t look like the life that we used to live or the life that we imagine we will return to.
This foggy and uncertain space has a name — liminality.
The space between the life we had and the life we potentially will be able to live causes us great distress, which is impacting our health and well-being.
We can enhance our lives by accepting liminality and learning to navigate our emotions and reactions to the stress and anxiety that uncertainty and constant change bring.
Doing my work is helping me navigate that space and my clients tell me that receiving the work during this time is helping them do that too.