Taking Care of Yourself in the In-Between Time by Caitlin Williams

This month, Dr. Williams presents a brief video chat discussing transitions – that in-between-time when we’re in the middle of a change taking place in our lives – perhaps something that used to be a part of our life has ended – but something new hasn’t quite arrived to take its place, just yet.  That could mean a job, a relationship, a place of residence, a change to our health or even a change to our outlook on life.


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