The White Between Your Words: Instructions For... →
thewhitebetweenyourwords: Always choose the most inappropriate person in the room. Make sure that they are emotionally unavailable/with commitment issues/on medication. Have a set of friends who will continually tell you that there’s no way in hell that it will work. Trade music with lyrics like “I feel your breath…
I don’t know what it would take to convince particularly stubborn people that therapy would be good for them, but assuming they’re ready, starting a new therapeutic relationship is a big deal. You have to do your research and ask around, getting recommendations from friends or professionals. Conversely, you can flip a coin and see who the yellow pages decide for you, or who your...
TEDx Houston presents Brene Brown: The Power of Vulnerability
Stuck? Speak up.
It’s hard to find a good shrink. That being said, if you’re not getting as much out of therapy as you want, it might not be the fault of your therapist. I’ve wasted a lot of time in uncomfortable chairs, feeling like the purple-shirted person across the room from me just didn’t give a shit about my goddamn problems. Yeah yeah yeah, my mother didn’t love me enough and I’m angry with my father, so...