Post Pandemic Identity

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Social Psychologist Peter Weinreich defines a person’s identity as “the totality of one’s self-construal, in which how one construes oneself in the present expresses the continuity between how one construes oneself as one was in the past and how one construes oneself as one aspires to be in the future.”

COVID-19 shifted this continuity into pre-covid, covid crisis and post-covid identities; preventing us from developing continuity between our pre-pandemic selves and our present selves. The repercussions and the resulting identity crisis can be frightening. How do we cope with a broken sense of identity?

Who am I?

What do I believe?

What am I passionate about?

What are my spiritual beliefs?

What are my values?

What is my role in society or purpose in life?

Navigating these questions and finding a path forward that honours who you were, what changed, where you are, and where you want to be is a phenomenal undertaking. I want to explore with you and help you develop your compass through the abyss of this existential uncertainty.

“It is much more important to have a compass pointing to a concrete objective than to have a map.” ― Hector Garcia Puigcerver, Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life

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