Change is Good

Yes, I feel change is good if you are changing for good. We are often resistant to change, and we don’t realize that change itself is constant. At first it is a bit difficult and annoying, but after a while you get used to the change so much that if it doesn’t come for a while, you end up moving the furniture at home in order to feel something changing.

But are the unplanned and unexpected changes bad? What if all changes were good by default? Even if you resist or avoid it, it will enter your life just the same. When you initiate the change yourself, it’s pretty easy to adapt to it, since it’s a wanted one. People usually avoid changes and prefer to stay in their comfort zones, but I am true believer that once you get the courage and take the first step to change, your life will become much better.

The biggest change in life occurred when I got married. The change brought love, peace, and comfort into my life. As a result, a new me was born — me being a wife, mother, and happy woman. I became more flexible and open-minded. Career related changes brought self-confidence. All those changes led me to the realization of what I wanted to do with my life. Each of the career shifts brought knowledge and new experiences. As a result, apart from the professional experience I learned how to resolve conflicts with difficult colleagues and how to work with unbearable bosses.

In general, when looking back, I realize that all the good things in my life are the results of changes that occurred in the past. Each change is a turning page. It is about closing one chapter and opening another one. Changes bring new beginnings and excitement to life. Let’s embrace change!