- Has someone told you that you have a problem and you need to get help?
- Are you thinking there is something wrong with you?
- Have you struggled to just be yourself lately?
Those thoughts are actually good signs. What it means is someone cares enough to tell you a truth that might hurt you to hear, but may well help you.
So what is it like to be in your shoes?
Maybe your struggle, right now, is anger. Perhaps you battle with anxiety that makes it difficult to function. We are an addictive society, so it is common to have an addiction–whether it is with alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, shopping or everything else.
Another struggle in our world is body image and looks-ism. Another reality that might be prompting you to reach out is grief. Grief is one of the most exhausting conditions people face, and it can be experienced through loss, moving, death, or the end of a relationship. The situation can cause distress and impact your daily living.
No matter what is going on, we want to let you know that you being here reading this is a good step towards getting the help you deserve. At Family TLC, we believe no one deserves to suffer alone, and that reaching out for help is hard, but so worth it.
Like you, Kevin is a hardworking man that cares about his family. Sadly Kevin has been battling anxiety and depression for many years.
It started in high school when he noticed there were some days he struggled to get out of bed, and would have anxiety attacks in class. He had been trying to manage it on his own until he noticed how it was affecting his family members.
So he went to his family doctor, and she referred him to mental health professional. He was able to book an appointment right away and had his first appointment just a few days after his call. He worked with the therapist and together they developed a customized Care Plan that acts as a structured guide to Kevin’s therapy. Kevin shared this care plan with his doctor so that the healthcare professionals have and understanding of Kevin’s condition. Now his family members are happy that Kevin is getting the help he needs, and they are noticing improvement!