My two sides.

( I wrote this for those who have little to no experience with therapy to give you a glimpse. This is a true, but abridged account of one of my sessions. ) I walked into therapy and sat down on one of the two small couches in the room. In the center sat a small... Continue Reading →

Being unkind to myself.

Photo by Vera Arsic on Pexels.com When people that I love believe things about me that aren't true, I blame myself for not being able to express myself clearly even though rationally I know that I can't control other peoples perspectives. Still though, I need to learn not to beat myself up so much. I... Continue Reading →

Expectations.

Lately the conversation in therapy has been centered around guilt, shame, and expectations. Through a series of discussions I've come to realize that most of the frustration and anguish in my life has been from setting unrealistic expectations for myself that I can't live up to. Mostly expectations that no one else really care's about.... Continue Reading →

Therapy

A lot of people have the wrong idea about therapy and I want to change that. I started therapy again a few months ago. I'd been to therapy before with fantastic results. I had learned valuable tools to deal with my anxiety and depression that I will use for the rest of my life. It's... Continue Reading →

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