I have a good friend who is a therapist. I am a very sensitive person and I know she takes her job seriously. She is very good and knows how to deal with the issues I have with anxiety. I was in therapy about a year ago and was having a lot of anxiety and was on medication to help with it. I was very open and honest about my issues. She was very good about understanding why I was so anxious.
I have had a good experience with therapy. It’s not the best therapy for everyone, but my friend is a good therapist. I just wish it was better. But I do know that I get better. I think it’s because I don’t have to feel ashamed or embarrassed about what I’m going through. I can say, “I’m having a hard time right now. I’m having anxiety and I’m feeling like my heart is beating really fast.
While therapy can be helpful, there are others who really can help you. For instance, talk to your therapist about any feelings of anxiety. It’s normal. It’s part of the human condition.
In my experience, when anxiety is addressed, it usually resolves itself in about a week, and I’ve never had any side effects. I think I’ve been helped by therapy, but I haven’t had to deal with the shame and embarrassment that accompanies it (though it can, and does, happen).
My therapist told me about a guy who took a break from therapy for a period, and it made him feel good. I dont know if this is true. If it is, its a good thing.
Its one of those things where if you ask the person if you can talk about it, they might very well say no, but that you can. Ive had that happen with my therapist when I was younger and she was the only one who noticed I was anxious. I remember being so embarrassed that I had to talk about it with my friends (because I had no one to talk to about it).
I’ve got to say, I like this part. Its pretty much the same as when you tell someone your love is over. Then you can really let go of it.
I was talking to my friend about my therapist and the therapist had a few other things to say about the same issue. I think the therapist was talking about trying to find the root cause of my anxiety and to give me the tools to deal with it, but it was pretty clear that it was really the therapist who was ruining my relationship.
It’s like I said, I really just want to talk to my therapist about this issue. But how do you tell someone they’re ruining your relationship? You can’t. You tell them you’re over it and it’s all over and they believe you. But if you’re like most people in this situation, they still think you’re still in love with them.
I mean, I know the therapist I was seeing had some issues, but they were never really big enough that they affected our relationship. They were just… just that they were there. I mean, I guess I should be more sensitive to that, but I don’t think that it should be on the list of things that make a relationship fall apart.