28 Times People Shared Their Best Advice They Got During Therapy


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We all have our ups and downs and hardships come and go, but there is no doubt that such moments are temporary. We believe that people everywhere can agree that life is about learning and applying what you’ve learned along the way. Despite all the lessons life teaches us, we still need all the help we can get. This is why people sometimes share the advice they initially paid for, and they do not ask for anything in return. The list below is about such free advice.

 

1. The perfectionist 

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This is true, no doubt about it, and we are convinced many people would recognize themselves in this tweet. It is not something to worry about, but rather to work on. We know that it would be worth it.

2. The idea

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There is no telling just how many people have grown up in a difficult environment. It is always normal for them to realize their whole life should never depend on what they went through, but on what they want to consider important.

3. The realization  

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People everywhere need to know that they are not defined by the first things that come to their minds in weird or specific situations. Thinking less about the things you are willing to criticize about yourself is the way to go.

4. The episode

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There is no telling just how many people have been through times that shattered them to bits, but they closed themselves to the outside world and kept closure. Talking about your problems is how you can solve them. That is the only way.

5. The control

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This is one of the most valuable lessons you can possibly get, and the thing that makes it important is the fact it us universal for all of us. As you can see, reflection on other people’s opinions does not define you at all.

6. The inner voice 

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The truth about all of us is that we are the products of the people who raised us. For most individuals, it is true their identities are more or less created by their parents, but this is not the kind of thing that can define them.

7. The cameo

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The stories told by people about you behind your back are probably countless. It is surely something you should never think too much about. Also, you must never think you should be the topic of their every conversion.

8. The parents 

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Not all people would agree that their parents did not do their best when raising them. Truth is, not all people are able to raise a kid for one reason or another. Still, the kid needs to realize these mistakes and avoid making them.

9. The shame 

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Here is how one simple tweet is enough to put things to where they belong. One of these things is the shame, and we tend to carry that for years without realizing it was never ours to begin with. This is very valuable advice.

10. The habit 

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People often think their problems are not that much of a big deal, and they tend to neglect them as a result. In the tweet above, you how easily issues can be explained: they all matter, regardless of their size or origin.

11. The anger

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We have never thought about this before, but it makes total sense and we like how this tweet sounds, to say the least. It seems that people who work in anger management groups can do wonders with people who realize this simple truth.

12. The therapy 

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Wow, this is one of the best ways to define what this secondary emotion is all about. People who are sad or frustrated are simply sad it disappointed, but they do not want to show this because they fear it might be a weakness, and show anger instead.

13. The date

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This is one very simple fact that is easy to understand, but it is hard to apply the lessons from it. As you can see, this is the simplest explanation of why some people tend to stick to people who mistreat them in all kinds of ways.

14. The time

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This is a tweet that shows the difference between solitude and loneliness. There is no telling how many people out there could not understand the difference. It is very important for you to appreciate your alone time.

15. The brain 

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The thing about being an overthinker is that you constantly try to please yourself in order to feel happy, and you rarely succeed in this. Still, people out there need to know that being happy has nothing to do with thinking in that direction.

16. The decisions 

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There are people who always think about the mistakes they make, and we know that those who often regret their mistakes are not the happiest of people. What they should do is try to understand it was never a mistake in the first place, as they wanted to do what they did.

17. The treat

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Now, this is one simple piece of advice that we should all remember and apply whenever we can. As the tweet shows, we need to help ourselves just like we would be willing to help the people we care about.

18. The therapist 

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There is no point in blaming your parents for the things you missed as a kid or the way they thought you’d be raised right. You see, not all people are capable of being the perfect parents, and that is fine as long as you realize this.

19. The thoughts

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This is so true that we immediately recognized ourselves in this tweet. We understand it because we do what the tweet suggests: we try to protect ourselves using our inner child, which should be the other way around.

20. The therapy 

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We know that sometimes the perception people have about something is wrong, but the difference between its correct alternative is very small. The same applies to the feelings you have about the vulnerabilities someone suggests you have.

21. The behavior 

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Finding an excuse is always easy, but it rarely leads to a solution you should consider a working one. As you can see, this is merely an explanation in some cases, but definitely not an excuse. Knowing the reason is important, though.

22. The struggle 

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This is one simple, yet effective way you can change the way you think about giving help and receiving such help. We know how tough that might be to realize, but once you learn the concept, it gets easier.

23. The boss

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Now, this is definitely one of the best ways to learn to control how you feel about the things people say or think of you. Everyone is welcome to say whatever they want about you, but you can choose how to accept that.

24. The boundaries 

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Nobody has an endless tolerance or capacity, and we know that having boundaries is the only way one can preserve their mental health. This is very important, and you need to realize this lesson if you want to set your own boundaries.

25. The people 

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You know how they say that once you are able to get out of the swamp, people will try to drag you back in because they feel as if you are superior to them, and they are stuck at the same level. This is the reality you need to be careful about.

26. The emotion 

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Knowing how you feel is a must, and you can easily identify your emotions by recognizing the signs. This is very important for you to be able to reduce stress and recover from hardships.

27. The trauma

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The comparison between these two kinds of people is important, and the simple and easy thing to do is simply being the first person at all times.

28. The thought 

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This is how we should all think about ourselves. There is nothing easier than being very disappointed in yourself. Trying to feel better would ultimately bring results faster than you think. The strategy shown here works like a charm.


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Patrick Bennet
I love reading and writing. I am a full time student and I study Philosophy in Oxford.

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