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Most people want to go to a therapist because they need someone to talk to. A therapist is nonjudgmental, objective, and present. These days, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and stressed out. Seeing a therapist can help.

I love this quote from T.M. Williams’ book, Black Pain:

I’m strong enough to ask for help
To keep me real and honest with myself about how I’m doing
To keep me from acting out my feelings
So worries don’t bring me down
To talk to a caring yet objective person about things I can’t talk to anyone else about.

Take a look at how you feel.

If you need someone to talk to, try finding a therapist.

 


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Source of the quote: Williams, T.M. (2008), Black pain: It just looks like we’re not hurting. New York, NY, Scribner, page 268.

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Author: Martha Childers

Martha Childers, EdS, LPC is a multicultural psychotherapist specializing in couples, grief and caregiver stress. Martha is a licensed professional counselor in Missouri and Kansas. She received her masters and education specialist degrees in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. She practiced Zen through a variety of Japanese traditional arts for 3-1/2 years. Since that time, mindfulness has been an integral part of her life. Her interest in human nature, beliefs, and life styles led her to become a counselor.

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