I have a question: Several people have said about counseling, "you only get out of it what you put into it." I'd like to hear some examples of what that means for some of you? I am just curious because I've only been to my counselor twice. So, I'm not sure exactly what it means to "put something into it." As I grieve for my husband's death, I want to (honestly) feel like many of the survivors who post here! Your stories and strength are inspiring. I want to leave no stone unturned. So, I want advice on "putting into" counseling. Thank you all ... Janet
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