New Beginnings

This past year was a scary one for our family. We took a complete leap of faith and moved to a new place. It was an agonizing decision which came complete with many sleepless nights. The fear of the unknown was palpable and this decision could completely dismantle a steady, anchored life. But Jay and I knew it was best for the family and that North Star guided us the entire way.

We made many promises to our children ahead of the move. We told them they would make new friends and double the friend base they already had. We told them it would make them stronger and more resilient people. We told them we would have closer access to the city and to the beautiful Jersey Shore. We told them they would enjoy a beautiful new neighborhood and be out all the time with their newfound friends. Secretly, I wondered if all this would really come true.

As we are finally completing the school year, I can say that everything actually came true! We are all so thrilled with our new home and both the incredible neighbors and experiences that have come with it. As someone who grew up in the same house and went to the same school all my life, I was fraught with fear on how the move would impact the strength and stability of my kids. But they rose to the challenge of making new friends and I have been so impressed with the depth and quality of those relationships.

Monumental change is terrifying. But resilience and all the personal growth that comes with it is incredibly rewarding. I am so proud of my family for keeping its roots and growing new branches. When the winds come, we will be both stronger and more flexible. Challenge accomplished.

Published by Lisa Rocha Gubernick

My name is Lisa Gubernick. I have been working in the business world for the past twenty four years and I truly enjoy the career that I have built. I am also a wife and mother of two. Outside of those responsibilities, I take every opportunity I can to learn and to create. Those activities truly fuel my soul and ensure my well being. If you are anything like me, you often reflect on the human experience and what it means to make a positive contribution everyday. My goal is to leave this world in a better place than I found it through my writing.

6 thoughts on “New Beginnings

  1. Lots of luck Lisa on this new move with your family! So wonderful to see youโ€™re writing your blog again! Enjoy the Summer in NJ with Jay and the kids!!!

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  2. You guys will always come out on top because you are good people and your hearts are in the right place. God bless your new home! Xoxo

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  3. I hope the best for you and your children. Yeah it’s somewhat stressing moving out to a new place. Especially with children. My sister can relate to this a lot! She moved 4 times in 4 years! And to completely different countries…..

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