This is the story of Emily where she shares her good experience in therapy and explains what made her therapy work.
I have never suffered from depression and general anxiety until recently. I have no history of mental illness besides social anxiety, but I have always had pretty good control over it. It never held me back from things. I struggled internally, but I could cope well in situations where I was uncomfortable.
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A guest post about her personal experience in therapy from our contributor Julie L. Desfosses.
I’ll get right to the point: therapy has been a mixed bag of “stuff” for me. Let me be a little more specific for you. Therapy was great in the beginning for one reason. I had thirty years’ worth of pain, shame, hurt, blame, anger and misunderstandings that I needed to talk and cry out. I needed an understanding
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