What is your story?

What has happened to you? What is your story? If the things that have happened to you have led you to feel that you need to share your story and you have considered counseling however you haven’t done so yet, what is holding you back? The reasons people come to counseling very greatly with each individual. In some families, things have happened that seemed so shameful it is very difficult to share them with another person. It may be some type of abuse that has interrupted your ability to become the person you were meant to be. You may have had a somewhat “normal” childhood however other events in your life have caused you to feel anxious or down on most days. You may feel as though you are just going through the motions of living without really enjoying your life. You may feel as though no one could possibly understand the difficulties you have faced. That is true! No one can know what it is like to be you. Your life experiences, good and bad, have shaped you into the person you are today. The choices you have made also shape your path in life. Some of those choices won’t matter too much, however other choices have had a significant effect on your life. If you have considered counseling, it takes a lot to encourage to make the first appointment that will lead to sharing your story. Sometimes counseling is needed so that you can be guided toward being the person that you were meant to be and living the life that you were meant to have. There are many caring people here that are strong enough to hear your story and make certain that it remains confidential.

Dee Boatright, MS, LPC, NCC

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