With all the self-help programs available and how much money people spend on this undying industry, do they really work? I know people who read tons of them and their life never seems to change. Can people be addicted to the hopes of changing their lives?
I believe that self help and psychotherapy do work. I am fortunate to be getting psychotherapy from a low-cost, funded clinic in my area. Therapy works! I have come a long way in the past year but I still have a way to go. In the past I've read self-help books, which are helpful in opening your eyes to problems and knowing that what happened to you is not unique. Another wonderful form of support, is friendship. Friends are a great help in emotional healing.
by AdsenseStrategies 8 years ago
Does psychotherapy make you self-indulgent? Of course, there is no clear answer to this question, but I wonder if being encouraged to explore the innermost workings of your mind might not make a person more self-obsessed... and surely that cannot be good...
by earnestshub 8 years ago
Talking with another hubber on the religious forums (ceciliabeltran) we decided to open a discussion to express our thoughts on the great Carl Gustav Jung and the post Jungians.I don't do religion at all, do not believe in god, and believe that brain chemistry is vital to understanding self.Bust a...
by Johnathan David 17 months ago
What's the difference between a friend, a true friend and a best friend?I just want your viewpoints on the certain stages of friendship and what they mean to you..
by Abigayle Malchow 6 years ago
When is it time to let a friendship go if your friendship has been for 15 years?What kind of situations are appropriate for walking away from a friendship that has a lot of personal investment into it? Are there times when you turn the other cheeck and give them the benefit o f the doubt?
by Anxiety Sufferer 6 years ago
What has worked for you to help you manage your anxiety disorder?Everybody is different and I am looking to find ways to better manage my own anxiety. So I am asking other anxiety hubbers for their own experiences to possibly come across ways that I have not heard of or come across in the...
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