Why Not Counseling?


Mental and emotional wellness issues are a huge umbrella in our lives. No one is alone here. Although it feels that way sometimes. So when you are down and out, why not see a counselor? A good counselor is a spoke in the wheel who gives you the tools to deal with your issues and then you move on for yourself. I had 19+ years of counseling and I still see one when needed. I also have a BA in Psychology.

Here are some of the top reasons to see a counselor:

  • Panic Attacks
  • Depression
  • Self Esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Anger
  • Loss
  • Grieving
  • Marriage Counseling

When you are feeling overwhelmed, they definitely do help.

Disclaimer: This is my opinion. I’m not a doctor.




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  1. Great post, and I like the cartoon too! Yes, many people can really benefit from counselling. Life is full of all sorts of problems, after all. Actually, I am having a course of counselling at present: just an hour-long session each week at my local doctor’s surgery, with a CBT therapist. It’s very helpful. I have been going through a tough time and needed someone to talk things over with. And I get about 8 sessions free, thanks to our wonderful National Health Service here! So I have about 3 left.


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