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.
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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...
by earnestshub7 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...
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