Posted on April 22, 2015
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Therapy is work. I won’t lie. I do not like it. I sit there for almost two hours and burn in that damnable chair. It is necessary. I almost wish it were lying on a chaise longue talking about my father and discussing my…
Category: anxiety, assertiveness, long-term relationships, therapyTags: assertiveness, communication in relationships, distress tolerance, empathy, importance of desire, the tipping point, therapeutic hypothesis, therapeutic process
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