Life has a way of challenging us, even when we think we’re well on our way toward healing or self-improvement. Check out my article on GoodTherapy.org for some dos and don’ts in times of stress.
When you notice that stress has taken its toll on you, you might consider seeking help. If therapy has worked for you before, don’t hesitate to go back and get a “tune-up.” If you’re new to therapy, you have the chance to learn new skills that can help you manage stress and prevent it from getting in the way of your personal growth.
You might find that your stress is also impacting your relationships. In that case, invite your partner, friends, or family members to therapy with you. Work on yourself at the same time that you strengthen the bonds you share with others. Couples or family therapy could be a great option for you!
If you’re curious how therapy might benefit you, feel free to contact me.