A person’s peer group has a big role to play in determining their attitudes, their life choices, their behaviour and their personality. We all crave support, honesty and loyalty from our friends however, friendships can also go through rough phases and breakups. If you are facing issues that you attribute to your social circle, then seeking therapy can help address your feelings and clarify what you’re seeking from the particular friendship.
How many times have you pushed yourself down and made yourself feel responsible for a situation? How many times have you been able to convince yourself that your opinion is wrong and that you should do what others are doing? How many times have you made yourself feel guilty for the actions of others? If you are able to relate with these questions even a bit, then it is important to understand that you are not the only one and acknowledge the truth that your self-esteem is deeply hurt. Through working with a Mental Health Professional you can better understand the source of your low self-esteem.
Communication is the essence of life. When you don’t communicate well, you end up facing misunderstandings in your relationships, troubles in your friendship, loss of opportunities at work and a lack of good impression in situations where it is needed the most. Problems in communication can be faced by both introverts as well as extroverts. If you wish you could communicate better and leave the kind of impression that your favorite speakers do, then we are here to tell you that you really can. At Healing Anonymously, we are here to transform your communication skills and help you harness your potential by teaching you the art of communication and helping you apply it to your life and work. Through a focused approach of communication, therapy and proven techniques, we can help you communicate better, clearer and wiser.
Stress is a part of our life, every human has to go through some or the other stresses in their life regardless of who they are, what they have and where they come from. While all of us are subjected to stress, only some of us are able to cope well with it. Evolutionarily, stress is a protective response; meant to shield us from threats in our environment. However, this protective response can become maladaptive when our mind is unable to draw a line between perceived threats and real threats. When you learn to manage and cope well with stress, you will no longer be missing out on the simple joys of life. This session will help you in recognizing your stressors, addressing them and resolving them so that you can learn to cope.
Our decisions have the power to make or break us, and this is why, when our own decision making ability is broken, we are bound to end up the same way. Decision making is associated with stress, anxiety and overthinking. If we are not happy with the path taken, then it can also lead to depressive feelings. All of us want to avoid regrets when we look back at life and the decisions made. Therapy can help you with techniques to minimize anxiety while you’re in the decision making process as well as work on better acceptance of the decision made.