In the simple terms, transition is change. In a broader sense our life is asking us to reexamine our present way of being. Transitions can be predictable: a child leaving for college or marriage, or unpredictable: a loved one's sudden death or a traumatic accident. Whatever the degree or intensity, every transition we experience forces us to make changes to our life–changes that trigger resistance. Each major life transition closes a chapter of our life, and starts a new one. We are in a new place; a direction we haven't walked before. The adjustment can be difficult, due to intense feelings of fear, doubt, and uncertainty. Take a chance. Walk toward the change.