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Originally posted by beebeexx beebeexx wrote:

oh and also therapy can take a long time to "work" a lot of time were messed up inside cause we didn't heal old wounds properly and sometimes you gotta open closed doors... think about things that hurt... things may get a lot worse before they can get better...

My thoughts exactly, I don't have the energy for things to get worse..
I pray and hope that things will just get better in time..
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Originally posted by beebeexx beebeexx wrote:

i woukd suggest seeing a psych for meds only... have a therapist separate from that. Confirm with your insurance how many covered sessions you have per year and depending on that schedule appointments with a couple different Ts to find a good fit. a lot if people say therapy didn't work for them and part if that could be because they didn't have the right doctor for them.
therapy isn't like how it is on TV...  ummm also look into group therapy too.


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Originally posted by babybrownz babybrownz wrote:

Beebeexx,
You know, now that i think about it. I attended a suicide survivior grieve meeting last year while visiting my sister in Orlando with her and it was theraputic! 
I just dread the process of finding one that can help me. Sometimes i wish i had that ONE friend i could just vent to..


I know this is random, but if you need to vent, I'll listen and pray with youHug

Seriously..
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Originally posted by Claudie Claudie wrote:

Originally posted by beebeexx beebeexx wrote:

i woukd suggest seeing a psych for meds only... have a therapist separate from that. Confirm with your insurance how many covered sessions you have per year and depending on that schedule appointments with a couple different Ts to find a good fit. a lot if people say therapy didn't work for them and part if that could be because they didn't have the right doctor for them.
therapy isn't like how it is on TV...  ummm also look into group therapy too.


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ITA. This is extremely important, as most psychiatrists are just medication dispensers. They don't really do talk therapy and most people don't know this the first time around. It's the psychologist that you end up talking to. Unfortunately, finding the right one for you can be a long, difficult and expensive process. It takes a few tries. I'm in the process of searching for a new one myself because my therapy is not working and i'm not making progress.

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Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by babybrownz babybrownz wrote:

Beebeexx,
You know, now that i think about it. I attended a suicide survivior grieve meeting last year while visiting my sister in Orlando with her and it was theraputic! 
I just dread the process of finding one that can help me. Sometimes i wish i had that ONE friend i could just vent to..


I know this is random, but if you need to vent, I'll listen and pray with youHug

Seriously..
Honestly, its not random and would love that! I dont have many friends, since my moms suicide, i went through alot mentally that alot of ppl couldnt understand and so i was called a delustional bit$% etc. and a handful of the ppl that i thought were my friends didnt want to be around me anymore.


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I've had a therapist for years and she was hard to find. I like that she's a Black, Christian woman who specializes in issues pertaining to women.
 
It is difficult finding the right psych or therapist because they all have different approaches, and if you're unfamiliar with the psychology field then it will require you to research what you do and do not want. Do not be afraid to contact them and ask them about their approaches. Do you want someone who will give you any sort of advice, or do you want someone who will mainly let you speak your feelings and allow you to think out solutions on your own?
 
What exactly is it that you didn't like about your last psychologist?
 
I'm a non-clinical psychologist so I'm no stranger to the field. It's important to think about what you hope to gain from therapy and then, hopefully, you can narrow it down based on those criteria.
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Have you ever read Motherless Daughters by Hope Edelman? My therapist recommended it. I tried to read it years ago but couldn't get past the first chapter without crying. I have her follow up book Motherless Mother's and it has been a help for me. All the women in the book lost their mother for different reasons. Not just physical illnesses.
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Originally posted by babybrownz babybrownz wrote:

Originally posted by Quiann00 Quiann00 wrote:

Originally posted by babybrownz babybrownz wrote:

Beebeexx,
You know, now that i think about it. I attended a suicide survivior grieve meeting last year while visiting my sister in Orlando with her and it was theraputic! 
I just dread the process of finding one that can help me. Sometimes i wish i had that ONE friend i could just vent to..


I know this is random, but if you need to vent, I'll listen and pray with youHug

Seriously..
Honestly, its not random and would love that! I dont have many friends, since my moms suicide, i went through alot mentally that alot of ppl couldnt understand and so i was called a delustional bit$% etc. and a handful of the ppl that i thought were my friends didnt want to be around me anymore.


 
Hug
 
Support groups are great for things like this. I know that you said that you went to one in Orlando, and it would be good if you could find one in your area. Group leaders are often therapists who specialize in the specific need of the support group, so you could meet outside of the group setting if need be. Also, a group-mate could refer you to a counselor for your specific needs.
 
And it's always good to know that there are people facing the same issues who understand you.
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Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

I've had a therapist for years and she was hard to find. I like that she's a Black, Christian woman who specializes in issues pertaining to women.
 
It is difficult finding the right psych or therapist because they all have different approaches, and if you're unfamiliar with the psychology field then it will require you to research what you do and do not want. Do not be afraid to contact them and ask them about their approaches. Do you want someone who will give you any sort of advice, or do you want someone who will mainly let you speak your feelings and allow you to think out solutions on your own?
 
What exactly is it that you didn't like about your last psychologist?
 
I'm a non-clinical psychologist so I'm no stranger to the field. It's important to think about what you hope to gain from therapy and then, hopefully, you can narrow it down based on those criteria.
I want psych that i can talk to about my feelings and give me advice. The ones that i went to just sat there like wall paper. At some points I thought they fell asleep with their eyes opened.
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Originally posted by BeatriceBean BeatriceBean wrote:

I've had a therapist for years and she was hard to find. I like that she's a Black, Christian woman who specializes in issues pertaining to women.
 
It is difficult finding the right psych or therapist because they all have different approaches, and if you're unfamiliar with the psychology field then it will require you to research what you do and do not want. Do not be afraid to contact them and ask them about their approaches. Do you want someone who will give you any sort of advice, or do you want someone who will mainly let you speak your feelings and allow you to think out solutions on your own?
 
What exactly is it that you didn't like about your last psychologist?
 
I'm a non-clinical psychologist so I'm no stranger to the field. It's important to think about what you hope to gain from therapy and then, hopefully, you can narrow it down based on those criteria.
I would like to find someone that i can speak about my feelings and recieve advice. The ones that i went to were like wallpaper. At one point i thought they were sleeping with their eyes opened
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