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Re: cost/benefit analysis of therapy? octopusprime

Posted by jane d on February 18, 2004, at 22:43:42

In reply to Re: cost/benefit analysis of therapy? jane d, posted by octopusprime on February 17, 2004, at 1:12:15


You sound a bit like me and I do think I would have benefited from therapy earlier. If you can do it without going totally broke it miight be a good investment. But make sure it's with the right person. If you don't get a very positive feeling about them from the first visit it's not going to get better later. And if it were me (seeking therapy when I was younger with what I knew now) I think I'd try to make it clear that I needed something fairly short term, focused on what I wanted to be different in my current life, because I wanted time and money left over to take that trip to mexico. Good luck with whatever you decide on this. Your plans sound great.





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