How could all of my various therapists, counselors, and psychologists all have been wrong? We always ended up beating around the bush about family of origin issues, depression, anxiety, and other related symptoms of spectrum disorders. One therapist finally told me that it was difficult sitting across from me b/c he felt as if he didn't fully exist in the process (I'm paraphrasing). At least I had hope back then that someday I would "arrive" at some sense of normalcy. Can anyone relate, add to this, or in some way contribute helpful info? Thanks.
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