When To Seek Help

 

When Life "Hurts"...
Hurting could mean different things for different people.

Physiological hurting could look like this...

  • You find yourself having difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
  • You experience frequent headaches.
  • You have experienced changes in your appetite (either an increase or decrease).
  • You have difficulty paying attention and concentrating.  You find that you get distracted easily.
  • You feel tired, fatigued, or that you have little or no energy.
  • You experience chest pain or sweating.

Mental hurting could look like this...

  • You find it difficult to trust others.
  • You feel things always need to be "perfect".
  • You have trouble remembering conversations or where you put something.
  • You fine it difficult to let go of ideas or things that bother you.

Emotional hurting could look like this...

  • You feel down, sad, or depressed.
  • You feel stressed or worried.
  • You find yourself losing your temper more often.

Therapy can also help:

  • To gain or regain a sense of empowerment in your life.
  • Adjust to various life changes (including marriage/living together, having children, divorce, "empty nest" syndrome).
  • Improve communication.
  • Enhance intimacy.
  • Increase self-confidence.
  • Explore various career paths and develop a plan of action.
  • Increase motivation.
  • Increase stress management and coping skills.
  • Acquire different parenting skills.
  • Improve anger management.
 

 

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