Constantly worried about things, if its not work I find something else. Have been seeing councillor for three months weekly. Worried I'm not good enough at my job. Any tips for putting this out of my mind?
My therapy is just with a councillor it's not cbt although I would love to get that cause I really think its what I need. It helps to talk to someone but there is no magic cure you have to work on changing your thought pattern yourself. Pixie why not seek an appointment with someone else in mean time. Google councillors in your area
You're so right. We do have to work on changing our thought patterns. Sometimes we need tools and help though because we just don't know how to make those changes.
Is there any way you could see a therapist that does CBT?
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