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I heard an analogy once that went like this...
Mental health therapy is like tuning up your car – you might not realize how much smoother the ride can be until you address the underlying issues. Regular maintenance keeps everything running smoothly and prevents bigger breakdowns down the road.

Many people had bad experiences working with therapists in the past. That's ok. It happens, and it happens often! Therapists are flawed human beings and maybe you had a negative experience with one. But that is just one experience. Please don't let that be the one thing preventing you from going to therapy.  


I know I am not for everyone, and everyone is not for me. It's that simple.

Find a therapist that works for you. Therapy is as individual as any of your other relationships.  

Therapy is just having a conversation.
You talk, I listen.
I talk, you listen.  
But seriously,  
where else can you go and ONLY talk about YOU? 

We come up with ideas, questions, possible solutions, and we problem-solve.

Therapy is all about the connection between the two of us. If you have a good relationship with your therapist magic can happen. Well, not in the literal sense of the word magic, but you get what I'm saying. If you trust your therapist, trust the process, you're open for suggestions, and you are ok with eventually being vulnerable in that setting that it is a win-win.

Minimally, you could always give it a try and go from there. What do you have to lose?

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