Benefitting From Counseling
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Benefitting From Counseling

Unfortunately, I had a pretty traumatic childhood. My parents were always fighting, and I was faced with trying to decide what to do about my own personal feelings. When I got older, I knew that I needed to do something to relieve the stress that I was feeling even many years later, so I started focusing on going to counseling. My first few appointments were a little nerve-racking, but the counselor worked hard to make me feel comfortable. I was really impressed with how gentle and kind she was, and I felt really great about the progress I was making. This blog is all about benefiting from counseling.


Benefitting From Counseling

  • How Therapy Can Help If Your Child Is Addicted To Drugs

    21 August 2018

    So many parents today are struggling with teens or young adult children who are addicted to drugs, and this is an issue that leaves parents feeling guilty, ashamed, and unsure about what to do. If you have a child that is a drug addict, and if you are having a difficult time handling this, you could benefit from attending therapy. Therapy is not only helpful for addicts that want to break their addictions, but it can also be helpful for the family members of struggling addicts.

  • Think You Are Depressed? Symptoms You Will Have And Treatment Options For Depression

    17 April 2018

    If you have been feeling down for the past few days this is likely not depression. If you have been feeling bad for a few months, however, then you may be dealing with depression. A sad mood generally goes away on its own, but depression will not without treatment. Below are some symptoms that you will have if you are depressed, as well as treatment options available. Signs of Depression

  • The Top Of The Executive Pyramid And How To Get There

    19 January 2018

    In the world of business, you have a clear-cut hierarchy. Entry-level workers are at the base of any major business. They are also the largest group, formulating the metaphoric base of a pyramid. Above that are the entry level managers, followed by executives, and finally the CEO. To get to the top of this pyramid, you are going to have to prepare for everything that comes with it. Here is how to get there.