Men really struggle with asking for help. We all know the analogy of never asking for directions.
I get it, it’s important to you to figure things out on your own. You are likely trying to avoid feelings of shame that you don’t know absolutely everything and can’t resolve this particular dilemma on your own.
I get that your sense of self-worth might come from being stoic and independent. But, every once in awhile, there is a situation from which you may benefit from some outside help.
A lot of my clients find that after reading many self-help books and thinking about the problem for years, they still are feeling negative about themselves or their lives in some way. This is where counselling and someone like myself can come in and offer some assistance.
When you ask for help, you are showing courage and strength. The reality is that you are not made of stone and sometimes you might need support, encouragement, and a place to learn new skills to deal with life.
I have been helping been for more than a decade to do wonderful things for themselves and actually change their lives for the better.
The way I work is much more than just talk therapy. I have been doing this for a long time and I have learned some pretty amazing ways to help people. And, for whatever reason, it has always been that it is the guys that want to stick around and do the work with me.
I can support and walk you through the process and you will be glad when you did. You won’t have to stay in therapy forever. I don’t waste people’s time or money. I get my clients feeling better and then you can go and finish living your life feeling better, happier, more in control again – or maybe even for the first time ever.
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