Cliff’s “Big Move” Blog Post Series
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Cliff’s “Big Move” Blog Post Series

Making changes, especially major ones, can be extremely difficult for highly sensitive people. It’s tempting to stick with what’s comfortable and familiar, even when we may not be completely satisfied. Change is hard, but with desire and determination, it can be done, and I will prove it!

Starting in November, I’ll publish a few dozen posts on consecutive Mondays about all the changes I’ve made over the past four years. On Wednesdays and possibly Fridays, I’ll write blog posts on other subjects of interest to highly sensitive people.

In a series of blog posts,  I’ll chronicle a really “Big Move” that my wife and I made to move halfway across the country to be closer to our daughter. This was a HUGE change for us, as we had lived in our home in New Jersey for over 30 years! My mother had recently passed away, and our only daughter had moved to Missouri. Since neither my wife nor I were getting any younger, we knew that if we didn’t make the change now, it would never happen.

However, there was so much in front of us, from managing my mother’s estate to preparing our house for sale to selling our house to packing up our stuff to retiring from my business to finding a new house. My head would spin just thinking about all that was ahead of reaching our final goal!

In the end, we successfully made the “Big Move” and accomplished something that we didn’t think was possible! We faced challenge after challenge, so much so that I was tempted to call this series “The Miracle of Doing the Impossible!” As long and difficult as this journey was, it was more rewarding than we could have ever imagined!

It is my hope that this series of blog posts will motivate you, as a highly sensitive person, to take on something that’s truly important to you. Being highly sensitive is NEVER a good excuse for not going after what you want! What “Big Moves” would you like to make?

This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Sounds great. I look forward to reading about your life changes.

  2. Looking forward to reading your posts again!

  3. Thank you Sid and Marina!! I’m glad that you didn’t forget about me. It’s been a very long journey. I look forward to writing again and getting your feedback. Are there any topics that you’re interested in?

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