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Many people don’t think that psychotherapy can help, and many of them anyone and they surely don’t think they will need that kind of help. Theirattitude toward the therapy changes when they begin to feel emotionaldifficulties. Because it helps thoroughly, now many of them believe thattherapy plays the main role in healing and coping with the emotional problems.

All of us have problems and some of them may seemdifficult to manage. Those emotional issues can cause aggressive behavior andwe may not know how to stop that. During our lives we repeat the same stories toourselves, following the patterns from our childhood, even though they might beunproductive. Sometimes we do it unconsciously, although we know that the result ofour behavior is painful for us. We end up wondering why we cannot honestly talkto our parent, why we cannot maintain a relationship, why we cannot control ouranger. There are so many questions we can ask ourselves, but we don’t know theanswers until someone wakes us up. We need someone to help us realize that theresponsibility for our feelings and lives is our own.

Sometimes we can confide to our friends, but theycan’t be objective. They love us and they want to console us and make us feelgood. They don’t want us to feel bad by revealing the unpleasant facts. During the therapy, we may experience pain and it can be uncomfortable. We are asked to beas honest as we can and to try hard together with the therapist. Therapyrequires strong desire to be helped to, and to understand that you are the onlyperson responsible for your acts. If you don’t have that will, you will spend alot of money, but the result will be minimal. People who go to psychotherapy arelooked at as week. That is going to change soon. It is normal for a personto go to an orthopedist when his leg hurts, then why it wouldn’t be normal togo to the therapist when your soul hurts.

There are different kind of therapies anddifferent therapists. We are in the position to choose what therapy andtherapist works for us. If we don’t feel our therapist is helping us, we shouldfind someone else. Finding the right therapist for everyone is very important.There are also different types of therapies and that depends on the therapist’seducation. There is psychoanalysis, which is very quiet. There is also cognitivebehavioral therapy, which is excellent for anxiety disorder or depression causedby stressful event in life, but it can’t help in sever depressions. Clientcentered therapies does better in these cases.

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