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Re: Wrong therapy for depression?

Posted by DaisyM on May 22, 2004, at 20:26:47

In reply to Wrong therapy for depression?, posted by tabitha on May 22, 2004, at 12:35:47


I'm sorry you are having such a hard time right now. I know you've been struggling on and off with this group. It does seem that your therapist really really wants the group to work for you.

I think different therapies work with different people. If there is crap in your past that you haven't dealt with yet, talking it out, getting it out, can really help. Otherwise it festers and effects your life in other ways. But i agree with Aprodite, if your life in the here and now is a mess, it does no good to go into the past. Connecting the dots and seeing patterns can help us all feel better.

My experience with CBT has been with my son. He did great and is handling his anxiety so much better using the techniques. And I think Terrics is trying it now and thinks it will be helpful. So maybe you should look into it...

I hope your depression lifts soon and you start feeling better.




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