As someone who practices marriage and family therapy, I naturally focus on relationships. I believe that we are all a reflection of our relationships and that we tend to envision who we are based on the part we play in these partnerships and what our loved one believes about us. We make life plans with all this in mind. It is because of the impact our connections have on us, that I understand the need to help those dealing with transitions around your relationships, whether they be romantic, platonic or with yourself. These changes can be you realizing the position you imagined you were in is possibly slipping away or has ended, and you now need help to figure out who you are and what you will do following this new shift in your journey. Though it can feel like an anxious period, there is an opportunity for self discovery, exploring questions about your actual needs and gaining strength to move forward in a healthy way.