Are You As Ready As You Thought You Were To Be Moving Right Now?
If you have found yourself reading this, you may be struggling to understand where you stand if you are truly ready to move from one location to another right now. Remember that you do not have to cave in and move just because you have societal pressure from your fellow Canadians to make this decision. Here are a few questions to ask yourself to assess whether or not you are ready to make the move that you are questioning:
What Is Your Main Reason For Wanting To Make The Move?
The main motivating reason for wanting or needing to make the move you are questioning has brought you here. It is clearly a very important factor in your life, otherwise you would not be questioning whether or not it is the right decision for you. Is it a new job opportunity that you could or should take to improve your life and the lives of those you care about? Is it simply for freedom or the independence that you have been seeking your entire life? Is it a spur of the moment decision that you are making out of hurt or anger? Only you can answer this question.
What Is Truly Holding You Back From Making The Move That You Are Questioning?
Just as there is something that motivates you to want or need to move, there is something or multiple things that are holding you back. If there weren’t, you would move without making yourself doubt your decision. Is it family? Is it pressure or anger or a mix of emotions that your loved ones are feeding you? Do you feel like you are losing something extremely important to you by making the move? Again, only you can answer this question
What Pressures Do You Have Clouding Your Judgement?
There will always be pressure on you to do things in your life. Some of these pressures motivate you to become a more well-rounded, organized, intelligent, or skilled person. The pressure to stay in school and earn an education even though you may have wanted to drop out is just one example. Maybe the pressure comes from friends or significant others that simply want you to have a place of your own so that they do not have to deal with the other members of your house. Yes, there are both good and poor pressures that can cloud your decision. It may be tough sorting which is which, but you can do it.
Is This Actually A Decision You Can Make Or Are You Truly Being Forced?
If you are supporting a child as a single parent and this is your best shot at giving them a quality life, than you really don’t have a choice on whether or not you have to make the move, do you? If this is a decision that you can live with either way, than it may even be more difficult. If you are having a tough time, try talking to the loved ones in your life that could give you the answers and support that you need.
Remember This If Nothing Else
You do not have to make a decision upon reading this. You must make your decision based on the answers to the questions asked here, and other factors in your life that are persuading you to make a decision. Remember, the best decision that you can make is the one that makes the most sense for you even if it does not make sense to anyone else in your life.