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How to Cope with Emotional Stress of Moving

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A lot of memories are built within the walls of houses we call homes over the years. However, there comes a time when we have to pack and move to a new place. The emotional stress of moving can sometimes be overwhelming, and that is why moving is among the top causes of stress in the world today. Before we look at how to cope with moving to a new place, let us take a quick look at its emotional effects.

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So why is moving house stressful?

First, you have to understand that you have a special bond with not only the house that you once called your home but also with the community around. This is more so for outgoing people. You feel like you are leaving a family behind and you might not meet them soon, or at least not as often as you used to.

Fear is another one of the psychological effects of moving house. Many people are afraid of change in particular and do not have the tools to deal with it or let the fear go. Will the kids be alright? How is the new neighbourhood? Will our belongings get destroyed in the process? All these are questions born out of the fear of change, which eventually causes a lot of stress.

However, you do not have to get all worked up. Here is how to cope with moving to a new place.

Take charge of your attitude

You have control over what you process in your mind. You are allowed to feel the fear, but you can choose to decode it as excitement instead. Moving may not have been what you decided at the moment, but you can choose how to see it.

Pay the new location a visit

If your emotional stress of moving is coming from not being sure of where you are relocating to, schedule a visit to the new place. You might find it actually better than where you were previously. Also, ask your soon to be neighbours about the area, security and community as a whole. This will help you get a clearer picture than what fear may be showing you.

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Get prepared

Nothing beats fear like preparation. Make sure you start packing early so that nothing is left for the last-minute rush. Prepare your kids mentally as well, to help them adopt the right attitude about the move.

Consider seeking help from a professional assistance in moving house

You do not have to do all the moving by yourself. Professional assistance gives you more time to relax, and you will not have to worry about carrying all the boxes and furniture to and from the moving truck. Especially, when you're moving interstate, not locally, you should definitely seek help from a professional. Try to get a price quote for an interstate move from several companies to compare them.

Make use of your support system

This is the best time to be surrounded by the people you consider friends and family. You can plan a goodbye party with your soon to be former neighbours and laugh about all the memories you have shared over the years.

Be optimistic

Instead of thinking this as the death of something you once cherished, consider it a birth of more memories in a new place. Look forward to meeting new neighbours, building a new community and experiencing life in a new environment. The door that marks the end of one season is the same door that marks the beginning of another.

Conclusion

People have different attitudes towards moving. Whether you love the experience or dread it, the above tips will make going through the season easier. The most important thing is to remind yourself that you have the power to choose how you respond to change.
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