slagathor asked 10 days ago

What's something about you/your life you need to unpack in therapy?

slagathor

What's something about you/your life you need to unpack in therapy?

When I was in therapy it helped me in regard to recovering from addiction but I was a bad patient. I didn't trust the two therapists I went to, I didn't give them a chance to be trustworthy either. I omitted details, found ways to avoid speaking about seve

[...]

Read the entire answer

It's a long list but I think the most important one is that I have problems connecting/socializing with people. I get super nervous and anxious.

In my country therapy is usually for rich people TBH. I use online platform like Retrospring and Twitter to un

[...]

Read the entire answer

Answered by Arman

I could need therapy to work on my shyness, but i don't know if there is something in particular that has to be unpacked

Answered by Daniel

I've got an exhaustive list but I cbf typing

Answered by korstybai

I don't know if anything can be done at this point, it's buried/integrated so deeply, but if anything then it's my dad's constant intense nastiness and rage all the years I was growing up.. exploding for the most trivial annoyances or mistakes. He was Sata

[...]

Read the entire answer

Answered by inhahe

my complete lack of focus or purpose or contentment or fulfillment or whatever it is that gets you normies out of bed in the morning 😛

Nothing urgent atm. Although I’m sure there would be something to work on if I dug deep.

Answered by LaDamaX

I once had a friend who told me things, of course of sexual nature, and she said she would not even tell a therapist about it and I can understand her. A therapist can never be a friend, it is a professional relationship. I have things like that as well I

[...]

Read the entire answer

My crappy relationship with my parents, the fact I can never let things go if people wrong me in any way, my 'sexcapades', I don't cope with anxiety in the healthiest of ways either. I think they'd have their work cut out for them.

Smh. Patient confidentiality breach that would be

Answered by IAWIA

Hm, no therapy so far beyond some medical issues in the past.

Answered by Kate

Some past experiences that I guess it has affected me more than I'd want to admit.

Answered by DUST
Languages