I've noticed that once I trusted and started speaking openly with her that I come out feeling better than what I did going in. Has anyone else had that happen. I dont know if its the meds working or the combo of meds and counsling. This is my 2nd counslor. I only saw my first one for a few months before she referred me to my new one because she felt that I needed more than what she could do for me. Total it has been over a year now of counsling for me to finally trust that its okay to let them know how you feel about things and life in general. I know that its hard because it was very diffucult for me to do but open up to them if you want it to help.
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