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“I proudly served my country in the armed forces.

My return to civilian life has been both rewarding and challenging.

Don’t I deserve a break?”


Our answer at LifeTransition for Me is a resounding, “YES! You most certainly do deserve a break.”

Pew study 2011-military-transition-02Whether you are a service member who is separating after four years, retired after 20 years, experienced a forced discharge or separated due to injury or illness—the transition from military to civilian life can be difficult. This holds true not only for the service member or Vet, but your family as well.

Transitioning to civilian life can be a daunting task and lead to a lot of questions. Only 43% of surveyed Veterans expressed that their re-entry process was very easy.

You may be wondering what to do during this new chapter of your life. Should you go back to school? How will you find a job? Do you miss the order and discipline of military life and find it difficult to adjust?

From personal experience, we know a successful transition can be accomplished by helping you clarify personal and professional goals as well as developing a plan for achieving those goals.

We are experts at what we do and are connected to many resources that will be very valuable to your success.

These are just a few of the services we offer for you through our Coaching & Resource Connection:

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