28 Pieces Of Advice People Learned From Their Therapists
"The best thing a therapist ever told me is that society doesn’t need to be the one to set my schedule...There’s no correct mold to fit, just find whatever works best for me."
Recently, author Caroline Moss asked her followers to share the best thing they've learned at therapy.
Many of the answers were extremely helpful*, so here are some of the best ones:
*And though these tips are a great place to begin, they're not a replacement for speaking to a professional. If it interests you, here's a guide to starting therapy.
If some of the things in this list were familiar, you might want to look into ways to take care of yourself. So here are some quick resources:
Maybe you want to learn more about starting therapy, since pretty much everyone can benefit from talking to a professional.
You can learn more about anxiety disorders here.
Here are little ways to be less anxious in general and here are some self-care tips.
And if you need to talk to someone immediately, the US National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255. A list of international suicide hotlines can be found here.