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Below are some thoughts that lead many people to counseling.

Some examples:

  • “If I hear my boss say that one more time, I’m quitting.”

  • “Will I be a good parent?”

  • “He cheated on me. I’m heartbroken and don’t know whether I should stay or go.”

  • “Between work and taking care of the kids, I feel like I have zero time with my wife. The only time we talk is when we’re discussing plans for the day or bickering about the next time we’ll have sex.”

  • “My dad was diagnosed with cancer. He’s my rock, and I’m scared.”

  • “I love my boyfriend, but I don’t know how to talk to him about spending so much time with his friends. I’m afraid if I bring it up he might just leave me.”

  • “What if I’m single forever?”

  • “I was raped, and I’ve never told anyone before.”

  • “Now that I’m adult, my relationship with my parents is changing, and I’m not sure how to navigate that.”

  • “I can’t have a baby.”

  • “I’ve always wanted to start my own business, but I’m terrified it will fail.”

  • “She wants a divorce. How will we tell the kids?”

  • "I used to be active, but nothing sounds interesting to me anymore. Some days it's all I can do to get out of bed."

 

IF ANY OF THESE SOUND FAMILIAR or IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER LIFE SITUATIONS YOU WANT TO WORK ON, PLEASE EMAIL ME AT elizabeth@charlestoncounseling.com.