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Old 02-14-2014, 04:17 AM
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Honestly I have to agree with the others; it doesn't sound like your current therapist is doing the job for you. I also like MeeraReed's way of suggesting that you break your one great big problem down into an array of smaller problems, so that you can deal with each problem one at a time. I sense that you're looking for a way to solve everything all at once, and it probably doesn't work that way.

Can your therapist prescribe medications for you? If not, it might be a good idea to get a therapist who can. (A pdoc/psychiatrist, in a word.)

The Life stories and blogs board might help you. It might give you a chance to vent and articulate the inner chaos. But based on what I know so far, trying a new therapist and breaking the big problem into smaller problems are your best bets.

I'll follow this thread and see if I can think of any additional advice.
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Kevin T.
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