In 2016, I was working a sales job and I just wasn’t feeling fulfilled. I kept remembering that Alternative Therapies class in college that I took and loved, and I knew deep down that I wanted to help people in a unique way. I departed with the sales company and shifted gears as I…

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One unsolicited suggestion if I may: watch the term “my anxiety”   Why possess something in your language that you don’t want to be a part of your identity?   Instead try… I’m feeling a bit anxious, and that’s okay (notice and allow it, don’t possess it), but I am flexible and self-assured that others…

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A Professional Therapists Take on the Subject The clinical indicators are there: Male. Early 20’s. Life stressors. Even more so: Third person references. Pseudonyms. Vague journal entries. Poor hygiene. Drifting and isolating. These are all indicators of first break potential.   So was Christopher Johnson McCandless, protagonist of the book and movie, “Into The Wild,”…

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