How Relocation Can Help You Move Past the Loss


Relocating can be a moving experience in more ways than one. This article contains some great information regarding the benefits of “Relocation Therapy”, provided by Elliman brokers exclusively for Loopholes readers – enjoy!

How Relocation Can Help You Move Past the Loss

Relocation therapy is a new form of healing that requires people to move to new locations and start their lives over. This method has been proven effective by numerous therapists who have tried it with patients. Many patients have relocated to areas different from their current location to recover from a job loss, death of a spouse, mid-life crisis, or a divorce. Here are reasons why relocation therapy works:


How Relocation Therapy can help you overcome the loss of a loved oneRemoves People From an Environment Causing Angst

Unfortunately, when we lose a spouse to death or divorce or a job, there are reminders in the home and in the city where you spent the most time with the spouse or co-workers. The reminders can be unbearable if you are trying to move beyond the hurt. Moving to a new city can remove the triggers that may cause you to cry or feel uncomfortable when you see the reminders. When people relocate to new states from their current state, the new environment can give them the push they need to meet new people and recover from loss.

Creates New Networking Opportunity

When you have exhausted resources in one city, it may be time to move on to another city. A new city may have opportunities that your old city does not. You may have been looking for a job in a city for nine months and move to a new city and find a job within six weeks. The job market may be saturated where you are currently. Relocation may be the best option.

New Homes Build Positive Energy

New homes build positive energy. When you redecorate and invite new friends, you build new memories. This is essential in the healing process. Buying a new home can also help with a mid-life crisis. It is like buying a new car. Having something new in your life to wrap your mind around is healthy. So often people get stuck in the same daily routine in their home life that they get into a rut, making a change to a new scenery can make a worlds difference. Moving into an area such as NY real estate, in the city that never sleeps, can provide you with an endless amount of positive energy with the surrounding activities. You will find yourself looking forward to getting up the next day with there always being something to do.

Try relocation therapy, it may work for you. Relocation therapy works! You just have to find a therapist who is familiar with the process who can walk you through and ensure that you are making the proper decision. Consider relocation therapy if you cannot move past a loss in your life.

This information was written by Ken Torrino, web relations for Elliman, brokers for New York City real estate.

Are you Complaining, Waiting, or Changing?


While you're busy complaining that others don't change; they're busy waiting for you to do the same!

“While you’re busy complaining…
…that others don’t change;
They’re busy waiting…
…for you to do the same.”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Holding on & Letting go


silhouette of rock climber quote saying "the perseverance to hold on, the strength to let go"

“the PERSEVERANCE to hold on;
the STRENGTH to let go.”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Look past the pain & see the opportunity!


see through the pain, and into the window of opportunity

“Beyond the pain;
there is opportunity!

~LoopholesOnLife.com

IMPRISONED BY TIME: Part 2 – Discover the Boundaries


Discover the bars you've been kept behind in the prison of time.

As the bell tower chimes for the last “time” — let freedom ring!

Your escape from an enslavement many still refuse to believe exists begins now.

This journey will take no time at all; in fact, it will leave all time behind.

Welcome to the rebellion.

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ARE YOU IMPRISONED BY TIME?


Are you a prisoner of time? Free yourself.

We awake to a new day. There are new experiences to be had and new choices to make. It may sound liberating at first. Yet, we begin each morning by believing everything we’ve been trained to see; and there are no better slaves than the ones who are convinced they are free.

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Inspired by: The Choice of Sooner or Later


Is time up? It's up to you...

“It’s always too soon;
to say it’s too late.”

~LoopholesOnLife.com

Overcoming Indecision: 3 Tools for any Decision Maker


The ‘lose-lose’ situations. The ‘what-if’ mind games. The wavering. The anxiety. The regret of one choice made too quickly and another not quickly enough.

Indecision is crippling. Yet, it’s a common struggle for many of us in our day-to-day lives; from the menial matters of where to make a purchase, to the life-changing commitments of a relationship.

Independent of the specific indecision you may be wrestling with today: these 3 tools will, quite decisively, help you become a better decision maker today!

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