My fiance is finally coming with me to a therapy session this afternoon and I'm a bit scared of what it is going to be like. I'm not exactly sure what I'm scared of. He thinks that therapy is making me worse, because I always break down after sessions. I want this experience to cure his skepticism, but I'm thinking that it will only confirm his belief that therapy is pointless. Has anyone else had the experience of bringing a significant other to therapy to help them understand depression better? What is it like? What should I make sure to do or not do? We are very open with each other and tell each other everything, so revealed secrets aren't really an issue... I'm just nervous...
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