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We All Need Somebody to Lean On

We all have moments in life where we just need to talk to someone. Moments when we need to get painful or aggravating emotions and experiences off of our chest. Most of us turn to our loved ones: family, partner, or friends. But sometimes we can’t or don’t want to talk to family or friends. Some emotional or mental health issues are just too big for us to handle on our own, and some are too big or complicated for our family or friends to help us with. Our family and friends can offer us many things: a listening ear, comfort, validation. But there are also limitations to the help that our family and friends can provide us. Some situations require the advice of a caring third party and, specifically, an outsider trained in counseling. 

The value of counseling

For those moments when you can’t or don’t want to talk to your family or friends about your struggles or when you feel that your family or friends are not equipped to give you the help you need, trained counselors represent a lifeline. Sometimes you just need to get something off your chest. It would be best if you had someone to listen, support, and validate your feelings, and offer you comfort. In these times, your family and friends can be of great help. However, sometimes you don’t have anyone you feel you can turn to or no one you feel comfortable turning to. Trained counselors and therapists are here for you in those moments. Therapy and counseling are very common today. Discussions about mental health and emotional challenges such as anxiety and depression are discussed more openly today than ever before. This is a watershed moment in mental and emotional health. Individuals are realizing and normalizing open discussions of mental health issues and seeking the help of trained counselors. These professionals offer more than just an educated outsider who can provide you with knowledgeable guidance – they also offer compassion and genuine concern for your well-being. 

Deciding to take the first steps

When you’ve decided that your loved ones just aren’t able to give you the help that you need, this is the time to turn to a therapist or trained counselor. Trained therapists and counselors have the skills and experience to help you manage and overcome your problems. They are specialists with the skills needed to help you figure out the source of your difficulties and decide what steps to take to take control back. Seeking the help of a professional may feel like a concession, like admitting defeat or incapability. It is, in fact, just the opposite. Deciding to seek the help of a professional is the most empowering thing you can do. Knowing when you need to ask for help and getting the help you need is the first step toward taking control over your life and experiences. 

Lifehelp can help

If you’ve decided that you want to take the initiative to find a trained counselor to help you manage your challenges, Lifehelp is here to help. The licensed therapists at Lifehelp are available to give you the caring support you need. The therapists at Lifehelp are knowledgeable and experienced advisors that can help you discover the steps you need to take. Finding the right therapist can be difficult. Often individuals need to speak with a few therapists before they can find the right match. The usage of Lifehelp application makes this search easier. Figuring out what you need help with is the first step in finding the right therapist. Lifehelp has a network of therapists trained in various specialties. Once you find the right therapist, the Lifehelp app will facilitate your access to the therapy you need. 

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