Sometimes, therapy is the only place where you can say the unsayable. Many people find themselves struggling with their sexuality, religious conformity, shame, guilt, a trauma, or the stigma of being identified with a mental illness. When you feel restricted to speak your mind freely, this can result in long-term problems, which can either lead to mental health issues or can exacerbate existing conditions, such as anxiety and depression. In this article, we look at a few real-life scenarios where people have used their therapy sessions as a safe haven to explore and discuss their inner-most thoughts and fears. To preserve their identity, we have anonymised all examples used in this blog.
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