Has someone told you that you have a problem and you need to get help? Are you thinking there is something wrong with you? 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. Or your worrisome thoughts mean you are not crazy because only crazy people think there is nothing wrong with them.
So what is it like to be in your shoes? Maybe your struggle, right now, is anger. You get mad too quickly or rage rules you too often or too intensely. Perhaps you battle with anxiety that makes it difficult to function. You get panic attacks, worry too much, or spend hours avoiding things because the anxiety is too hard to cope with or overcome.
We are an addictive society, so it is common to have an addiction–whether it is with alcohol, drugs, gambling, sex, shopping, gaming or something else. However, an addiction is very troublesome. Another struggle in our world is body image and looks-ism. This causes many people to battle with some kind of eating problem. Maybe for you it is emotional eating, bulimia, anorexia or overeating.
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. Contact Family TLC now. Client Services will do a free intake with you and get you set up with the therapist or coach who is best suited to help you.