Hi, So I'm searching around for jobs and I might be moving entire states because my field has a shortage and I'm needed elsewhere. So. Moving is expensive, and I'm afraid of the thought of doing it. I've also never moved states before. Most I've moved is 2 hours away from my mom for college, and now I live an hour from her and like 15 minutes from my fiance's mom, who I see like every day. It's most likely a financially good thing and a smart career move. The more experience I have elsewhere the more likely it will be that I can move back if I'd like, or be more mobile in general in this job, since my career is having an identity crisis (my career does like one thing 3 different ways). Pros and Cons of moving when you have PTSD and your entire support base has been at your current location or surrounding area for 5 years? What if I'm considering moving to Hawaii? Specific advice? People who have moved before: What surprised you about your resilience in moving? What are you still working on after the move? How do I gather up the courage to move? What if I find out it's not what I wanted? Moving feels so permanent and the expense just terrifies me. Those of you who have moved entire states, did you bring most of your stuff or did you buy a lot of things new? Anything else I should know?