In Marriage. Why I Can’t Go To Therapy. 1

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Why I can’t go to therapy.

Excuses for not going to counseling.

So something’s not right in your life. Relationships are a mess, you feel down in the dumps and things just aren’t working out.

Maybe you should talk to somebody, maybe even a professional.

But who wants to go to a therapist?

Listen I understand and I appreciate your reasons for not calling a therapist. In fact I have listed some of the excuses that people use to avoid seeking help.

Let’s go over some of them and let me try to persuade you to get the help you need.

  • Therapy costs too much.

Yes, I get it coming in for counseling will cost money.

But these costs are manageable, really. Think of counseling as an investment in your life.

Therapy is usually short term 12 sessions or less. If therapy helps you get back on track and resolves your hassles the expense is worth it.  

Understand that it’s OK to make an investment in you, your marriage and your relationships. There are major benefits when you invest in your life with therapy, for you, your spouse and your family.

What is a better life worth to you?

***Is there something deeper going on here?

What is really keeping you away from counseling? Is there guilt, or shame or even pride in your life that is keeping you away from feeling better and more in control of your life?

Do you want things to be the same in 6 months or a year?

You really need to do what needs to be done to get your life back. Therapy is worth the time and effort it really is.

Contact me through this site or at:

Frank Walker LMFT

#79757

1617 Main Street

Cambria, Ca 92348

fjwalker.walker@gmail.com