Going to therapy can be an expensive and lengthy process. It can also be hard to find someone you feel comfortable talking to—who accepts your insurance. It shouldn’t be so hard!
People need mental health checks and support the same way they need healthcare for their bodies. Oh, wait, that’s expensive, too.
Well, if there is something holding you back besides practical cash issues, try to find a way, because it really can be super beneficial for working out problems and making peace with yourself.
Or skip that, and read a Twitter thread started by @uhprome, who wanted the cheat sheet:
The responses kind of skip the part of therapy where you talk about your family for hours or some weird interaction you had with a co-worker while someone silently stares at you. But they are all mostly good advice for how to take care of yourself, stay in the present moment, and demand others treat you well. And that’s never a bad thing: