THE STRUGGLE IS REAL
A JOURNEY OF SELF-DISCOVERY
& A PATH THROUGH TRANSITION
The Struggle Is Real is a self-paced e-course that focuses on the challenges of military transition and blazing your way through.
This course IS NOT for those that:
have their transition all figured out.
are looking for resume assistance, networking opportunities, or interview skills.
This course IS for those that
are being challenged mentally and emotionally by their military transition.
are looking to improve their resilience, discover a new purpose, and define their own path through military transition.
100% online, self-paced, and compact.
It has 4 modules with 17 lesson videos that are 7 minutes or less.
There are 8 activities and 5 story videos.
Participants will receive weekly emails with additional information that expands the course.
We are available to participants if they need further guidance.
In essence, “The Struggle is Real” provides the core fundamentals and initial framework for Transitioning Active Duty Servicemembers, guiding students towards who they are meant to become after departing the military.
To be blunt, this is the ‘Basic Training playbook’ necessary for becoming a civilian.
If you’re anticipating transitioning from the military and find yourself wondering, “what comes next?”
I recommend attending for yourself.
As a matter of fact, I caught Christina saying a handful of times, and I paraphrase:
‘You don’t jumpstart your Military Career with first attending Technical Training…No way! Instead you start in Basic. Only THEN are you ready to receive the technical skills necessary for successful transition.’
Although I’ve never myself transitioned from the military; I’m a military spouse.
But the struggle is real on this side of the fence, too!
If you’re a Military Spouse who is struggling with change, you may also benefit from the science
and deep work performed throughout “The Struggle is Real” eCourse.
Congratulations, Christina, for creating a program framework that’s not yet been talked about
and freely shared in the Transition space
TIFFANY, MILITARY SPOUSE
"My favorite thing was the values based living. Though I already knew my values, it was a nice refresher.
“My favorite part of this section was BY FAR the Rejection piece. Especially when the audience is comprised of those going through a major career transition, this is excellent and timely.”